Jessica Lieck

Criminal Division Associate

Jessica Lieck

Criminal Division Associate

Jessica Lieck - Attorney

Professional Organizations & Memberships

  • Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Austin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • DUI Defense Lawyers Association
  • Hays County Bar Association

Latest Publications & Presentations

Meet Jessica Lieck

Jessica Lieck was born in Harlingen but grew up in Austin. She is a graduate of Gonzalo Garza Independence High School in Austin.

After high school, Jessica attended Baldwin Beauty School and became a licensed cosmetologist. After years of working in the cosmetology and service industry, Jessica began taking classes at Austin Community College and then transferred to Texas State University. She graduated summa cum laude from Texas State with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Criminal Justice. She then attended law school at Texas Tech.

When not practicing law, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs, Harvey and Linus, and her nephews, Micah, Maddox, and Kingston. Jessica is a huge Taylor Swift fan, loves binge watching true crime documentaries and hanging out by the pool.

Lawyer Stuff:

Jessica attended Texas Tech University School of Law and received her Doctor of Jurisprudence with a concentration in Criminal Law and Innocence.

While in law school Jessica was two-time President of the Criminal Law Association, President of Tech National Lawyers Guild, an Advisor on the Diversity Advisory Board, served in the Student Bar Association, and was a State Bar Qualified Law Student in the Criminal Defense Clinic. She received “Top Grade” awards for Criminal Defense Clinic, Texas Juvenile Law, and Capital Punishment Seminar. Jessica was awarded the Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP Diversity Scholarship, Criminal Law Association Scholarship, the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Charles Butts Scholarship, and the Brendan and Brian Murray Criminal Defense Endowed Scholarship during her time at Tech Law.

Jessica was also awarded the Diversity Student Award, which is given to a student, who during their time in law school, has demonstrated a commitment to advancing diversity at Texas Tech University and the legal profession. During her time as a research assistant, she was published in the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association magazine “Voice for the Defense.”

Education

Doctor of Jurisprudence with a concentration in Criminal Law and Innocence

Texas Tech School of Law

Lubbock, TX

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice

Texas State University

San Marcos, TX