Attorney Huff grew up in Austin and graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2016 with dual majors and minors. There, she was active in the Human Rights Program and continued her life-long Spanish studies in Madrid. Attorney Huff then attended Baylor Law School, where she coordinated the immigration clinic, argued in national moot court competitions, and completed the criminal law specialty track. Baylor's intensive Practice Court program made her "courtroom ready," and Attorney Huff began working as a criminal defense lawyer at a growing criminal defense firm in Addison in 2018. Since then, she's expanded her practice to include tickets, appeals, Spanish-speaking clients, expunctions, and nondisclosures.
Attorney Huff was raised by lawyers, and joins Deandra Grant Law excited to try cases with her father, Douglas Huff. She is a Board Member of the Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association, member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and member of several organizations that advocate for greater rights and equality for women, LGBTQ populations, and incarcerated people. In her free time, she enjoys boxing, reading memoirs, spending time with her family and girlfriend, and doting on her cat Peanut.