Mireya Dickey

Mireya was born and raised in the border town of Laredo, Texas. She attended Texas A&M International University, where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a minor in Communications.

Mireya went on to study at Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshal School of Law where she earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence and graduated Cum Laude. At Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Mireya was the president of Christian Legal Society and served in numerous competitions, such as Mock Trial, Client Interview, and Negotiations.

While in law school, Mireya held a judicial internship in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division where she assisted in court research. Additionally, Mireya worked as a student attorney for the Thurgood Marshall School of Law Wills and Probate Clinic where she represented and assisted clients with their legal matters.

Mireya is licensed to practice law in Texas, and she is a member of the Hispanic Bar Association, Mexican American Bar Association, Houston Bar Association, and Hispanic Conservatives of Montgomery County. She has a strong passion for serving others and helping them navigate through difficult circumstances. She also enjoys volunteering with her church community and spending time with her family.