Juliet Hernandez



Juliet is a native of Houston, Texas, and a Clear Brook High School graduate. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy with a minor in social sciences from the University of North Texas (“UNT”). During her undergraduate years, Juliet served as the President of UNT’s Alpha Phi Sorority and President of the National Panhellenic organization. She was also a member of the university’s official dance team, the North Texas Dancers.

After graduating from UNT, Juliet attended Baylor Law School, where she participated in moot court, mock trial, and mediation competitions. Her accomplishments include reaching the semi-finals in the Chicago Bar Association’s Moot Court Competition and the American Bar Association’s Medication Competition. She also placed in the top five in Baylor Law’s Mad Dog Mock Trial Competition. Juliet held leadership roles as the President of the Hispanic American Law Student Association and as a Student Ambassador. She received recognition as a top advocate and brief writer during her study abroad program at the Academy of the Advocate at St. Andrews.

In her free time, Juliet enjoys spending time with her family, teaching dance, and reading. She is expected to graduate from Baylor Law in April 2024.