Angelica Cuevas began teaching as an adjunct faculty member in the Paralegal program in 2014 and as a full-time member in Spring 2015.
She attended El Centro College before transferring to Texas Wesleyan University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. She earned her law degree (Juris Doctor) from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, and passed the Texas Bar Exam to become a licensed attorney.
She has practiced in various areas of law, primarily in family, criminal and immigration law, and has done legal work for various organizations in the Dallas area, including Legal Aid of Northwest Texas, the Dallas County Public Defender's Office in the Juvenile Division and various legal clinics. Following an interest in public service, she has also done work for the Dallas County Commissioners Court and various volunteer organizations throughout the county and city.
She holds memberships in the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Bar Association and is fluent in English and Spanish.