Biography

Arielle Comer is building a practice that focuses on coverage litigation and property disputes, both commercial and residential. Her practice includes defending insurance carriers at various stages of litigation, as well as pre-suit evaluation of breach of contract and bad faith claims. Prior to law school, Arielle worked in insurance underwriting and risk management for Colonial Life Insurance Company. She is eager to bring her insurance expertise full circle as she zealously advocates for her clients.

Arielle joined Thompson Coe after graduating from UNT Dallas College of Law. While in law school, Arielle clerked for Judge Martin Hoffman of the 68th Civil District Court won the Judges Gavel Moot Court competition her second semester, competed in two ABA moot court competitions, one administrative moot court competitions, and received two CALI awards. She also served as Madam Chair of the Southwest Region of the National Black Law Students Association, where she was the fundraiser chair for her local BLSA chapter. Additionally, Arielle served on the Board of Advocates and worked as the admissions liaison for the law school. Arielle also studied abroad as she participated in Baylor’s Academy of the Advocates Advanced School of the Trial Program in Scotland.

Education

  • University of North Texas College of Law  (J.D., 2021)
    • 2019 Judges Gavel Moot Court Competition Champion
    • Received two Cali Awards
  • Furman University  (B.A., 2016)
    • Communications Major
    • Focus in Spanish

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2021

Professional and Community Activities

  • Member of Dallas Bar Association
  • Member of Dallas Young Lawyers Association
  • Member of J.L. Turner Legal Association

Languages

  • Spanish