Mia de Llano is an attorney at Daly & Black who is licensed to practice in Texas and specializes in personal injury law. With a strong commitment to serving her clients and a passion for justice, Mia brings a unique perspective to her practice as a proud Mexican-American from the border city of Laredo, Texas.
Mia obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Rhetoric from Texas A&M University, graduating in three years. Then, driven by her desire to make a positive impact in the legal field, Mia pursued her Juris Doctor degree at Baylor Law School. Throughout her time at Baylor, Mia served as the President of the Baylor Public Interest Legal Society, the largest student organization on campus, where she spearheaded initiatives to promote access to justice and advocate for underrepresented individuals. Additionally, Mia represented Baylor Law on the moot court competition team, she served as a student coach for Baylor’s client counseling team, and she contributed to Baylor Law Review.
Mia’s dedication to serving others extends to her career as a personal injury attorney, where she is passionate about advocating for her client’s rights. Mia’s diverse interests and commitment to justice make her a valuable asset to her clients and the legal community. In her free time, she enjoys painting, baking, and training for triathlons.