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Sofia Adrogué

Sofia Adrogué

Featured in Chapter 4: Power

Sofia Adrogué, P.C., sadrogue@lrmlaw.com, is a Member (Partner) of the Firm of Looper, Reed & McGraw, www.lrmlaw.com.  Texas Monthly Magazine and Law & Politics Magazine as well as the Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition have  recognized her as a “Texas Super Lawyer,” and  Texas Lawyer has profiled her as one of Texas’ Lawyers Top “40 Under 40.” 
A native of Argentina, Sofia is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management (OPM) Program and an Alumna of the Harvard Business School.  She was elected as the U.S. Keynote Graduation Speaker for HBS OPM 37, ostensibly the first woman in the history of OPM, as well as the U.S. Class Representative.  She received her undergraduate degree from Rice University, magna cum laude, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center, magna cum laude, both while on full academic scholarships. 
AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and a member of Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who of American Women, she is a frequent CLE Speaker and/or Chair (over 110 to date) on topics such as business torts, managing complex litigation, experts, and joint ventures in litigation.  Her  legal publications (over 70 to date) include articles with the ABA Business Torts Journal, The Houston Lawyer, Texas Lawyer, The Trial Lawyer  and The Houston Law Review on experts, an article with The Review of Litigation on mass torts class actions and ethics, articles with The Fifth Circuit Reporter (quarterly since 1997) and with the Texas Tech Law Review (annually since 2002) on business torts as well as a series of articles with the Trial Diplomacy Journal on the management of complex litigation. She has taught Mass Torts as an Adjunct Professor at the UH Law Center and has been recently appointed to the Texas Supreme Court Advisory Committee.
In the civic arena, she has been recognized as a National Diversity Council “Most Powerful and Influential Woman of Texas”;  a Greater Houston Women’s  Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame Inductee; a  “Tboy Blazing Star,” Texas Women’s Chamber of Commerce; an  Executive Woman of  the Year,  Talento Bilingüe de Houston;  a Texas Executive Women “Woman on the Move”; one of  Houston’s 50 Most Influential Women, Houston Women Magazine; a Houston Chronicle Channel 11 “Texas Legend”; an ABC Channel 13 “Woman of Distinction”; a  Hispanic Business Magazine “Elite Woman”; a Latino Leaders Magazine “Justice Professional”;  a Houston Jaycees “Outstanding Houstonian”; a Texas Jaycees “Outstanding Texan”; a U.S. Jaycees “Outstanding Young American”; as well as a recipient of an Inaugural “Barbara Jordan Legacy Award” from the National Council of Negro Women, Barbara Jordan Houston Section.
Sofia is a Co-Host & Co-Producer of LATINA VOICES: SMART TALK—an innovative, English language, half-hour TV and Internet streamed Talk Show with a Latina perspective on PBS Houston, HTV Comcast Cable Channel 16, and KHOU Channel 11 addressing universal topics such as politics, business, pop culture, health trends, entertainment, women’s issues and other topics of value to professional Latinos and the mainstream audience.

The mother of Sloane (16), Schuyler (12) and Stefan (8), 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.”
Sofia Adrogué, P.C.: http://lrmlaw.com/

A few of Sofia’s favorite Charities: Girls Inc. of Houston, Girls Inc., Aids to Victims of Dosmestic Abuse-Texas, Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS), Boys & Girls Country of Houston, and  SEARCH Homeless Services