Amanda Goldstein


Amanda Goldstein appreciates the relationship an attorney builds with his or her clients. She sees the goal of winning on their behalf as a true team effort, realizing that going to court to advocate for a client is one of the greatest privileges of a litigator.

Before joining Hicks-Thomas, while enrolled in the University of Texas School of Law, Mrs. Goldstein served as judicial intern for the Honorable Wesley Ward in the Harris County 234th Civil District Court, and for the Honorable Joseph “Tad” Halbach in the Harris County 333rd Civil District Court.

During law school, Mrs. Goldstein worked as a student attorney in UT’s Domestic Violence Clinic, where she represented victims of domestic violence in related civil matters.

To unwind, she gets out of the courthouse – all the way out. She loves hiking and kayaking – venturing to nearby Austin, Texas on a regular basis to do so. When time allows, she’s even been known to indulge in those hobbies in far off places, citing Greece as her favorite hiking destination thus far.

  • University of Texas School of Law
  • University of Colorado at Boulder (B.A. in Political Science and Communication, 2013)

Court Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas

Professional Memberships

  • State Bar of Texas
  • Houston Young Lawyers Association
  • Houston Bar Association
  • Commercial litigation