Dawn Zell Wright, Esq. has a legal practice primarily focused on criminal, juvenile, CPS (child protective services) and DUI/DWI defense.  Her dedication and passion comes from her belief that every person deserves an opportunity to be defended against potential due process and constitutional rights violations.  During law school, Dawn served as an intern at the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office in the Felony DWI division.  She successfully completed training for appointment as a guardian ad litem with Child Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in Williamson County, Texas and is eligible for attorney ad litem appointments in guardianship matters.  Dawn sincerely empathizes with families as they go through trying situations.  She understands how hard it can be when going through rough times and when faced with hard decisions.

In addition, Dawn has more than 10 years’ experience handling HR and labor/employment matters.  Her experience includes regulatory compliance, civil litigation, mediation and arbitration, administrative hearings, and collective bargaining negotiations.  Dawn uses non-confrontational investigation and interview techniques to accomplish high level ethics and compliance investigations.

Dawn is licensed to practice law in Texas.  She is a member of the Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Association, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Texas Bar Association, Fort Bend Bar Association, and American Bar Association.