Ana focuses on Oil and Gas litigation. During law school, Ana clerked at the Railroad Commission of Texas, where she researched gas issues and prepared recommendations that were later adopted by the commission chairman. Her experience in matters involving state and federal oil and gas regulatory authorities includes agency hearings, examining the scope and limits of regulatory authority and providing advice about how to comply with or seek exemptions to agency rules. Ana also previously clerked for Chief Justice Brian Quinn of the Texas Seventh Court of Appeals. Ana is also fluent in Spanish, allowing her to more fully serve her clients.
Ana received her JD from the Texas Tech School of Law, and her MBA from Rawls College of Business, graduating with honors. While at Texas Tech School of Law, Ana participated in multiple advocacy competitions, including in energy law and ranked nationally. Ana also held positions in multiple journals, including Top Articles Editor in the Estate Planning and Community Property Journal and contributing published writer in the Texas Bank Lawyer.