Darius Holliday

Attorney at Thomas J. Henry Law's Houston Office

Mr. Darius Holliday is a native of Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Holliday holds a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Social Science from Florida State University and completed his Doctor of Jurisprudence at Southern University Law Center.

As a law student, Mr. Holliday performed legal research for attorneys in a variety of contexts, including private, state, and judiciary. As an extern for Honorable Judge Erin Wilder-Doomes in U.S. District Court, Louisiana Middle District, Mr. Holliday supported the chamber by preparing briefs, legal memoranda, and statements of issues involved, including appropriate suggestions or recommendations to the judge.

Mr. Holliday also served as Editor-In-Chief for the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty during his final year at Southern University Law Center. The Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty sought to provoke critical thinking and discussion, enlighten the community, and most of all, encourage the community to take a stand against social injustices. As Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Holliday led the Journal to complete its twelfth volume of the publication and launched the Journal’s first online edition.

In his spare time, Mr. Holliday enjoys reading books, spending time with friends and family, playing golf, and trying new restaurants.



  • State Bar of Texas


  • Southern University Law Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (J.D.)
    • Dean’s List
  • Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida (B.S.)
    • NAACP, Secretary
    • Black Law Student Association, Secretary

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