Miesha Aubrey is a first-generation college graduate and attorney. She attended Baylor University where she served as the president of her sorority, the Vice President of the NAACP, and was a member of the Student Organization Judiciary Board. Graduating with honors from Baylor, Miesha went on to pursue her legal education at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU, famously known as the place where it never rains in death valley. Throughout her time at LSU, she actively participated in mock trial and moot court competitions, achieving notable success, including winning a national championship and receiving recognition as the competition’s best overall oralist in her final year.
Upon passing the bar exam, Miesha embarked on her professional journey as a criminal defense attorney. Her exceptional skills in this field led to her inclusion in the esteemed “Top 40 Under 40” list, and she maintained an undefeated trial record. In 2019, Miesha transitioned to practicing family law at the Texas Advocacy Project (TAP), an agency that offers free legal services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking throughout the state. Throughout her tenure at TAP, she continued her litigation work, with a significant portion of her time spent in courtrooms.
Miesha is thrilled to bring her litigation expertise to Sandoval & James, where she will continue to make a meaningful impact. In her personal life, she is a devoted mother to a wonderful daughter. Miesha cherishes spending quality time with her daughter and shares a love for sports.