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Attorney Highlight – Esther Alarcon

Her recent election as Secretary for the El Paso Women’s Bar Association (EPWBA) is just one of the many achievements that Linebarger El Paso Attorney Esther Alarcon can claim as a part of her impressive career.

Attorney Esther Alarcon

Esther attended the University of Texas at El Paso, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in December 2012. She continued her post graduate studies at Texas Tech University School of Law, graduating in 2016 with a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. In her second year of law school, Esther worked as a qualified Texas mediator at the Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic in Lubbock, TX. There she handled various contract and domestic disputes. She also worked as a law clerk at Mounce, Green, Myers, Safi, Paxon & Galatza, PC in El Paso drafting memos on a wide variety of consumer law, damages for a wrongful conviction, and workers compensation cases. In her final year of law school, she was a full-time extern working in Houston for Kids in Need of Defense (KIND).

Before joining Linebarger in 2019, Esther was an attorney at Reyes & Reyes, PLLC, where she handled social security disability cases. She made regular court appearances to represent her clients’ claims, researched case law and regulations and wrote on average six appeals each month.

As a delinquent tax attorney in the El Paso Office, she handles delinquent property tax litigation and foreclosures for our clients. This includes preparing cases for litigation, reviewing all documents before filing suit, and representing their interests in court.

In her new position as Secretary for the EPWBA, Esther will assist the president and the board with all scheduled functions. The EPWBA contributes annually in November to the National Adoption Day. They also have a MILE Program that pairs high school and college students who are thinking about a career in the legal profession with a female attorney or judge to help guide them through that process.

Additionally, the EPWBA held a blood drive on Aug. 3 in remembrance of those who passed away in the mass shooting in El Paso on the same date in 2019.

We are looking forward to seeing what she does next!