Prior to working at the Law Office of Brian Plotts, Claudia Isabel Oviedo practiced law in the areas of corporate, tax, and intellectual property. Ms. Oviedo has years of experience in immigration law and a genuine passion for solving immigration problems. Since becoming licensed, Ms. Oviedo has worked in a wide array of immigration matters in her spare time, providing pro bono services to assist low-income persons with their immigration problems. She has been inducted into the Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas. In addition, Ms. Oviedo is a member of the Texas Bar College.
Isabel is a native Spanish speaker.
University of Houston Law Center Houston, TX
J.D., Cum Laude August 2011
- Houston Law Review, Articles Editor, Board 48
- Order of the Barons
- LEX Award in Legal Research and Writing to the student with the best memorandum
- 2011 Excellence Award to the student with the highest degree of excellence in the field of Oil and Gas Law
University of St. Thomas Houston, TX
B.A., Summa Cum Laude May 2006
Major: Liberal Arts: Philosophy and Spanish
- Dean’s List –all semesters
- Biology National Honor Society; English National Honor Society; Philosophy National Honor Society
USPTO Bar Exam
- Eligible to take the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Bar Exam
The Texas Bar College, the only organization in the United States formed for this purpose, is an honorary society of lawyers, chartered by the Supreme Court of Texas in 1981, to recognize and encourage lawyers who maintain and enhance their professional skills and the quality of their service to the public by completing at least double the required hours of continuing legal education each year. The College also sponsors or otherwise assists in educational activities of significant merit and widespread relevance and applicability to the legal profession.