Sofia Adrogué, P.C.



A native of Argentina and commercial litigator for almost 25 years, Sofia Adrogué is a Member (Partner) of Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C. She is a TEXAS MONTHLY “Texas Super Lawyer”; a TEXAS LAWYER Top “40 Under 40”; a National Diversity Council “Most Powerful and Influential Woman of Texas”; an Easter Seals Greater Houston Hats Off to Mothers Honoree; a UH Law Center Immigration Clinic Arrival Awards Immigrant Achievement Honoree; a Greater Houston Women’s Chamber Hall of Fame Inductee; a Texas Executive Women “Woman on the Move”; a HOUSTON CHRONICLE Channel 11 “Texas Legend”; a Houston Jaycees “Outstanding Houstonian”; a Texas Jaycees “Outstanding Texan”; and a U.S. Jaycees “Outstanding Young American,” among other recognitions. Most recently, she was named one of “The 25 Most Influential Hispanic Lawyers” by LATINO LEADERS.

Sofia is a frequent speaker (over 120 speeches) and publisher (over 115 articles). She is the Editor of the TEXAS BUSINESS LITIGATION treatise, an inaugural publication for ALM in Texas, now in its third edition. Sofia envisioned the multiple chapter, 1300+ page analysis on business torts litigation with Texas’ top trial and business lawyers serving as contributing authors. Hon. Caroline Baker serves as the Co-Editor.

An alumna of the Harvard Business School OPM, she served as ostensibly the first female U.S. Keynote Graduation Speaker for HBS OPM as well as U.S. Class Representative. She is a graduate of Rice University, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and the University of Houston Law Center, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif and Barons, both on full academic scholarships.

Sofia has chaired numerous events for diverse non-profits, and serves and/or has served on the Board of Directors of American Leadership Forum Houston; Girls Inc. of Greater Houston (former President and Board Chair); HOUSTON LAW REVIEW Alumni Association (former President); Memorial Hermann Foundation; RICE-TMS; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Theatre Under The Stars; and United Way of the Texas Gulf Coast. Sofia is the Co-Founder & Co-Chair of the Youth Leadership Forum, held for the last ten plus years at Rice University with the motto of Engage, Educate, Empower: By Service We Lead. As a past Rice University Vision Keynote Speaker and a Rice University LEAD Keynote Speaker, she was profiled in the HOUSTON CHRONICLE as a “Notable Rice University Graduate.”

Sofia is Co-Host & Co-Producer of LATINA VOICES: SMART TALK. The mother of Sloane, Schuyler, and Stefan, married to fellow Rice graduate, Sten Gustafson, Sofia has been recognized for her public service by the City of Houston with a proclamation of July 10, 2004 as “Sofia Adrogué Day.”



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