Attorney Rose Molina is an associate lawyer at Kennedy Hodges, LLP. She is native Houstonian who returned to Houston after moving around the country.
Rose earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations from the University of Houston in 2009. In 2014, Rose graduated from South Texas College of Law with honors.
While attending law school, Rose was active in various activities. She participated in the South Texas College of Law Asylum & Human Trafficking Clinic where she advocated for immigration asylum for human trafficking victims. In 2014, she was on the 3rd Place Moot Court Team in the Hispanic National Bar Association Competition, she wrote the best respondent’s brief in the NLLSA Moot Court Competition, and she was the CALI award recipient in the Civil Pre-trial advocacy competition. Rose was also a litigation intern at the Texas Attorney General’s Office in the area of consumer protection during her last few months of law school.
Currently, Rose is active in the South Texas College of Law Young Alumni Association and with the Mexican American Bar Association.
As an associate attorney with Kennedy Hodges, LLP, Rose represents clients in employment disputes and medical malpractice cases.
When Rose is not working, she enjoys attending her son’s little league games, biking, spending time outdoors, and exploring Houston’s diverse restaurant scene.
- University of Houston
- South Texas College of Law
Professional Associations and Memberships
- South Texas Young Alumni Council Member, January 2016 to Present
- Houston Trial Lawyers Association Member, December 2015 to Present
- Mexican-American Bar Association of Houston Member, May 2015 to Present
- Greater Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation – Emerging Leaders Institute Graduate, 2013
- STCL Hispanic Law Students Association, Vice President 2013–14