Nora Farah



Managing Attorney
In an era when most criminal charges end in plea bargains, Nora Farah has made her mark in the courtroom. She has been the lead defense attorney, and prevailed, in criminal trials for aggravated assault, drug offenses, evading arrest or detention in a motor vehicle, burglary of habitation, driving while intoxicated (DWI), theft, and crimes against children. She is a zealous advocate for her clients, both during negotiations and in the courtroom. Her tenacity and devotion to her clients has resulted in dismissal of charges against her clients before those clients ever had to endure trial.

Though Nora’s passion as a defender of the Constitution in criminal cases burns strong, her biggest honor is representing parents seeking the best interest of their children and guiding her clients through the heartbreak and stress of divorce. Whether the case is resolved through negotiation, mediation, or a trial, Nora uses her years of experience as a family attorney and a mother to get results for her clients.

Nora is a Sugar Land, Texas native and Orthodox Christian who has called Waco home since 2002. She attended both Baylor University (Bachelor of Arts, 2006) and Baylor Law School (Juris Doctorate, 2008). She is a devoted wife and mother of three boys. Nora is a native speaker of English and Arabic and a proud Syrian-American. She has been fighting for her clients since being licensed in 2009, first at her own firm and then joining the Lighthouse Legal Services team.

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