Ms. Sharon Diaz is an Attorney-Mediator and a Partner of DLW Law, PLLC. Sharon is passionate about improving her community and over the course of her professional life has assisted children in crisis, professionally fundraised for one of America’s largest healthcare systems, and is a proven counselor at law for her clients.
Ms. Diaz has experience with all levels of criminal cases. She has successfully defended clients accused of DWI, aggravated sexual assault, felony theft, possession of a controlled substance, and probation violations just to name a few.
Ms. Diaz’s primary fields of practice are criminal defense, family law, and mediation. Sharon uses her social work background as a former CPS Investigator to assist families in navigating the court system and coming to the best resolution for their futures.
Ms. Diaz graduated from Texas A&M School of Law, formerly known as Texas Wesleyan School of Law, in Fort Worth, Texas. During her tenure, she was awarded the 2009 MacLean-Boulware Law Fellowship, an award given to a graduate selected by the faculty who demonstrated high moral character during his or her law school career, and exhibits the
potential and desire to become a successful, ethically conscious attorney. In addition, Sharon was a founding member of Night Advocacy Group which advocates for the needs of night students and works with the faculty and administration to integrate night students into the fabric of the law school. The Night Advocacy Group is now called the Night Student Organization. Sharon was honored by the night students with an annual award, “The Sharon Diaz Outstanding Student/Parent Award”, which recognizes an individual for balancing school, school activities, work, and family. She was a member of Phi Delta Phi Honor Society, Moot Court Honor Society, and Board of Trial Advocates Honor Society.
Ms. Diaz is admitted to practice in the State of Texas, the United States Court of the Western District of Texas, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Ms. Diaz attended undergrad at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. Sharon has three children and two grand-child. She is active in her local church.