Diana Laquey Ezzell
Most people never want to be involved in a lawsuit. It’s a simple, but powerful notion that Diana keeps at the forefront of her mind while working with her clients. It’s also why Diana places so much importance on being accessible, to answer her clients’ questions and put their minds at ease. For her, it’s not just part of the job, it is the job.
In 1990, Diana joined West & Associates, LLP where she focuses her practice in Civil Litigation and Personal Injury. She believes the courtroom is where she’s able to do the most good for her clients, and throughout her career she’s garnered considerable trial experience. She is admitted to practice law before all courts in the State of Texas, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern District. Diana is also a member of several professional and civic organizations. These include the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Young Lawyers Association, The Association of American Trial Lawyers and the Dallas Bar Association.
In her community, Diana has served on the Legal Advisory Committee of the First Baptist Church Dallas. She is an active member of the Oak Cliff Chapter of Lions International, where she’s served two terms as Director. Diana has also served on the District level as a two-term Director of the Lion’s Foundation for Shadow Children. She has been a Member of the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce and has served that organization as Vice President. She has also served two terms as President of the Kessler Park Neighborhood Association in Dallas.
- Civil Litigation
- Personal Injury
- J.D., Oklahoma City University School of Law
- B.A., University of Texas at Arlington
- State Bar of Texas
- United States District Court for the Northern District
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Texas Young Lawyers Association
- The Association of American Trial Lawyers
- Dallas Bar Association
- Second Vice President, Oak Cliff Lions Club
- Vice President, Methodist Hospital Guild
- Director & Youth Coordinator, Julien C. Hyer Lion’s Youth Exchange
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