Attorney at Thomas J. Henry Law's Austin Office
Ms. Antonia Paris-Hudson received her Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Allegheny College. While attending law school, she worked as a law clerk at a law office, where she drafted pleadings and discovery requests for personal injury and family law cases. Ms. Paris-Hudson also served as a Juvenile Justice Clinic Intern with the Travis County Juvenile Public Defender’s Office where she represented indigent minors in criminal cases ranging from Class B Misdemeanors to First-Degree Felonies.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Paris-Hudson spent three years as a Contracts, Compliance and Commercial Attorney with a Fortune 100 Corporation. There Ms. Paris-Hudson drafted a broad range of commercial agreements and led negotiations against numerous well-known organizations. Ms. Paris-Hudson also has extensive exposure to electronic discovery of complex civil litigation, including patent infringement, patent validity, products liability, and SEC investigations.
Ms. Paris-Hudson’s approach to the law, especially as it relates to representing her clients—whether they’re indigent juveniles, injured plaintiffs, or corporate stakeholders—is efficiency over ego, clarity over legalese, and pragmatism over pretension. Ms. Paris-Hudson enjoys translating complex legal concepts to various audiences in a way they can easily digest. After passing the bar, Ms. Paris-Hudson served as a volunteer attorney with Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas where she represented indigent clients in civil matters such as housing and consumer protection disputes.
When she’s not working, Ms. Paris-Hudson enjoys spoiling her fur baby and making homemade natural haircare products.
- Automobile Accidents
- Company Vehicle Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Trucking Accidents
- Workplace Accidents
- State Bar of Texas
- University of Texas School of Law – Austin, Texas (J.D.)
- Thurgood Marshall Legal Society, Member
- OUTLaw (LGBTQ+ Alliance), Member
- Fair Lending Program Fellow
- Allegheny College – Meadville, PA (B.A.)
- Bonner Scholar, National Bonner AmeriCorps Education Award Program
- Association for the Advancement of Black Culture, Member