Adrianna Martinez Goodland is a litigation attorney whose legal experience encompasses a variety of practice areas.
She attended Harvard University, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and Harvard Law School, where she served as an editor for Harvard Law School’s Journal of Law and Technology.
Adrianna spent fifteen years working in criminal defense and family and juvenile law. She also served as a Municipal Court Judge in several north Texas cities for over seven years, and her work with young citizens ultimately led her to become a certified teacher and to take a twelve-year sabbatical to teach and influence students in local public schools.
Since returning to her law practice, Adrianna’s work has focused on civil practice, including the areas of civil rights, education, and representation of government entities.
Adrianna calls Murphy, Texas home, and in her free time she enjoys spending time with her four children and two dogs. On a spring or summer day you may also find her enjoying a Texas Rangers baseball game, although her heart belongs to the Boston Red Sox.
- State Bar of Texas Government Attorneys, section member
Harvard Law School
- JD, 1991
Harvard University / University of Texas at San Antonio
- BA, 1988, Psychology
University of Texas at Dallas
- Post-Baccalaureate Teaching Certification
United States District Court
- Northern District of Texas
United States Court of Appeals
- Fifth Circuit