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Makenzie represents clients in a variety of complex litigation matters including commercial, product liability, and employment matters in state and federal courts and arbitration tribunals. She is an instrumental part of the trial team at every phase of the litigation process, including expert and fact discovery, motion practice, and trial preparation.  She understands the importance of resolving matters efficiently and effectively while focusing on achieving clients’ goals through creativity, attention to detail, and zealous advocacy.

Makenzie graduated cum laude from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. She was involved in various organizations in law school including the Association of Public Interest Law as well as the Civil/Consumer Clinic where she assisted with representing those in need within the community. While attending law school, she was also active in competitions where she gained experience in oral advocacy. She was a regional finalist and national competitor in the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition and was awarded 4th Best Oralist at regionals of the National Appellate Advocacy Competition. 

Makenzie Craft

Makenzie graduated from the University of Arkansas with a B.S. in Marketing while competing as a full scholarship member and captain of the women’s tennis team.

  • Education
    Baylor Law School, J.D. cum laude Baylor University, 2012, Business Journalism
  • Admissions
    Texas, 2015 Northern District of Texas, 2018
  • Awards & Recognition
    Designated as "Rising Star" by Texas Monthly and Law and Politics magazines (2020)
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