Lesley Lorenz is a founding partner of Lorenz & Lorenz, PLLC.
Lesley received a B.A. from Purdue University and a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. She was a recipient of the Mark Vela Scholarship, a finalist in the Hippard Mock Trial Competition and won the Hofeinz Tournament of Champions. During law school Lesley clerked for Judge Mark Davidson in the 11th District Court. She began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas County. After gaining trial experience, she worked for a personal injury law firm in Dallas and later joined her husband in practice, forming Lorenz & Lorenz, L.L.P.
Lesley is the founder and chairperson of the U.T. School of Law Department of Continuing Legal Education’s Car Crash Seminar. She served as chair 2004-2006. Since 2007, she served as the chairperson of the planning committee. She has authored and presented papers on topics such as Rainmaking, Claims Settlement, Negotiations, and Medical Records Analysis.
Lesley was twice honored as a Rising Star Super Lawyer. Lesley Lorenz is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the College of the State Bar, a Fellowship member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, (TTLA) and the American Association of Justice. She is an alumni of the Leadership Academy for Public Service. Lesley currently sits on the boards of the Eanes Education Foundation, TTLA, the TTLA PAC, the Dell Children’s Women’s Trust and the Purdue President’s Council. She has served as a member of the WHS Guidance Committee, is a past President of the HCMS PTO, President-Elect of the EE PTO, as a member of the Eanes ISD, Campus and District Leadership Teams, and chaired the Instructional Enrichment Committee. She has also worked with the the SAFE Development Council, The Women’s Symphony League, the Powerful Voice Society of CASA, the Central Texas JDRF, and the Alzheimer’s Association. She is the 2024 Chair of the Eanes Education Foundation Gala.