Lamisa Imam Chowdhury is a trial attorney focused on defending casualty claims filed against companies and individuals. Her practice includes defending claims in the areas of construction defect, personal injury, premises liability, and insurance defense. Before joining Thompson Coe, Lamisa worked as an associate at a midsize firm defending major insurance companies in federal workers’ compensation claims.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rutgers University, Lamisa attended Baylor University School of Law, known for its rigorous training in litigation. During her time in law school, Lamisa served as a Technical Editor and became a published author for the Baylor Law Review. Due to her educational background and experience thus far, Lamisa is comfortable handling all stages of litigation.
- Baylor University School of Law (J.D., 2018)
- Baylor Law Review, Technical Editor
- Phi Alpha Delta Baylor Chapter, Vice-Justice
- Rutgers University (B.A., 2016)
- Political Science and Statistics
- Texas, 2018
Professional and Community Activities
- Houston Young Lawyers Association
Speeches and Presentations
- With Love, Texas Protects Your Text Messages, Baylor Law Review (Winter 2018).