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Lauren L. Mitchell

Associate

Practice Areas

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Employment Litigation

Contact

Lauren L. Mitchell
972-628-3681

Education

  • Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
    Dallas, Texas 2010
    Juris Doctor
    Honors: cum laude
  • The University of Texas at Dallas
    Richardson, Texas 2005
    B.A. Crime and Justice Studies
    Honors: cum laude

Bar Admissions

Texas, 2010

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas

Honors and Awards

Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Foundation, Fellow

Attorney Bio

Lauren L. Mitchell is an associate in the complex litigation/dispute resolution group.  Lauren focuses her practice on the efficient and effective resolution of employment disputes.  She defends employers against discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims in EEOC investigations through civil litigation and provides legal counsel in defending against Title VII, ADEA, FLSA, and TCHRA claims and employment-related tort claims. Lauren frequently prosecutes claims for breach of covenants not to compete and she represents clients regarding confidentiality and non-solicitation agreements.

Lauren has experience preparing and defending witnesses for depositions, drafting legal motions, discovery requests and responses, and other substantive pleadings. She also provides advice and counsel to assist clients in minimizing the risk of litigation.

Lauren received her J.D. from the  Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law.  While in law school, she was selected as an articles editor for the International Law Review Association and she worked as a student attorney in the Southern Methodist University Civil Clinic where she represented clients in consumer law matters.  Lauren earned a B.A. in Crime and Justice Studies, graduating cum laude from the University of Texas at Dallas.

Professional Associations & Memberships

State Bar of Texas

Dallas Bar Association

Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program