Lawsuits are stressful, regardless of what side you are on. My confidence, experience, and skills put clients’ minds at ease. I strive to be a stress reducer and do it quite well.
Dorlin Armijo is an experienced advocate who zealously represents her client’s interests in complex commercial and securities litigation—including partnership disputes, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, allegations of fraud, as well as shareholder issues such as derivative and shareholder litigation, and litigation over fiduciary duties and minority shareholder rights. A skilled strategist who is extremely comfortable in the courtroom, Dorlin also has significant experience litigating securities, employment, and construction matters.
In fact, in her first year of practice, Dorlin second-chaired two large jury trials and has since represented clients in several other trials, arbitrations, and emergency injunction matters. She attributes some of her advocacy skills and insights to time spent as clerk and briefing attorney to Justice Mike Willson and Chief Justice Jim Wright of the 11th Court of Appeals in Eastland, Texas.
Dorlin is a Dallas native and is Mexican-American, fluent in Spanish. She is committed to giving back to the community and to helping indigent individuals.