Nancy Abdelmonem Amin

Attorney at Thomas J. Henry Law’s Austin Office

Ms. Nancy Abdelmonem Amin received her Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas. She also obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.

During her time at the University of Texas, Ms. Amin engaged in various clubs and activities. Notably, she participated in the Willem C. Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot. She also held the position of Editor-in-Chief at the Texas International Law Journal and served as a staff editor for the American Journal of Criminal Law. Furthermore, she served as the president of the Muslim Law Students Association.

Outside of her schoolwork, Ms. Amin interned at the Lone Star Justice Alliance, where she supported individuals impacted by domestic violence and trafficking. Additionally, she interned as a Racial Justice Fellow at Squire Patton Boggs.

Currently, Ms. Amin is a devoted attorney at Thomas J. Henry Law, specializing in personal injury cases such as car accidents, company vehicle accidents, truck accidents, premises liability, and workplace accidents. Renowned for her adaptability, strong client connection, and unwavering support, she exhibits exceptional legal skills and provides outstanding customer service.

Before pursuing her legal studies, Ms. Amin dedicated her time to teaching English and History in Houston. Additionally, she worked as a disaster case manager in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. In her spare time, Ms. Amin is quite adventurous and enjoys traveling throughout the Middle East and scuba diving. Furthermore, she has a keen interest in writing poetry and playing backgammon.



  • State Bar of Texas


  • Texas Bar International Law Section
  • Texas Bar Women and the Law Section


  • The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas (J.D.)
    • Texas International Law Journal, Editor-in-Chief
    • American Journal of Criminal Law, Staff Editor
    • Muslim Law Students Association, President 
    • Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 
    • Thurgood Marshall Legal Society, Pro Bono Chair, Member
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, New York (B.A.)
    • Outstanding Thesis Award


  • Arabic (Fluent) 



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