“It might not be the biggest case in the world but to one person it’s the only case in the world.”
Ms. Crawford is currently licensed to practice in the states of Texas and Wisconsin, and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. She is also a member of the State Bar of Texas, Wisconsin Bar Association, Marquette University Alumni Association, and the Texas Young Lawyers Association.
From an early age, Ms. Crawford knew she wanted to become a lawyer. She double majored, receiving her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Sociology and Political Science in 2009. During her undergraduate studies, Ms. Crawford studied abroad in Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey working with diplomats. She was also very active in the community volunteering her time with San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries where she spent three years tutoring students who were underprivileged or at risk children. In 2012, Ms. Crawford received her law degree with a focus in Litigation from Marquette University. During law school Ms. Crawford interned for a federal district judge and for local and state government offices. Ms. Crawford became part of a pro bono society and the Hispanic Law Student Association, for which she served as both Secretary and President.
Ms. Crawford’s experience with different types of litigation have helped shape the person she is today. In her spare time, Ms. Crawford enjoys welding horseshoes, crosses, and butterflies to decorate her home. The hands-on welding calms her and helps her refocus. She also enjoys riding her bike, going to the gym, playing football and spending time with her family and dog, Mistletoe.