Dana J. Mays joined the firm as an associate in the fall of 2012. She has achieved notable success in litigation, including working with attorney Luis Bartolomei to win a 3-day, 12-juror trial in Dallas County Probate Court. The verdict was 11-1.
In addition to her extensive experience in the courtroom, Dana has also sharpened her skills in client intake and counseling, conducting and defending depositions, and mediating/negotiating successful settlements.
Dana graduated from Baylor University School of Law in the spring of 2012, where she achieved Dean’s List recognition, served as a Baylor Law Student Ambassador, and was elected as Social Chair of Phi Alpha Delta. She interned for the McClennan County District Attorney’s office and was employed by the Baylor Law Tele-Recruitment Team. After competing in the Dawson-Sodd Moot-Court Competition and Baylor’s “Top-Gun” Mock Trial competitions, Dana was hired by the university to help coordinate Baylor’s National “Top Gun” Competition.
She is currently an active member of Dallas’ Baylor Law Alumni Network and regularly volunteers to conduct On Campus Interviews (OCI) in an effort to offer talented law students a meaningful summer internship.
Prior to law school, Dana attended Baylor University, where she graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a 4.0 GPA in English Literature and Church/State Studies. During her undergraduate career, she was a Coed Yell Leader (cheerleader) and traveled to many football and basketball games to cheer for the Bears. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and was elected to the prestigious Baylor University Homecoming Court in 2009.