Our clients are our friends, and depend on us to fight for them, so we never take this responsibility lightly
Michael Ezzell obtained his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering magna cum laude from the University of Houston in 1974, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence summa cum laude in 1979. He has been a practicing attorney in San Antonio for over 34 years, has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1986, is certified by the National Institute for Mediation, and also has his Advanced Certification in Family, Child Custody and Divorce Mediation.
He is also active in community organizations, including Mobile Loaves and Fishes, the Bexar County Community Justice Program, and is a board member of Key2Free, a nonprofit organization founded by his daughter to fight human trafficking by providing safe houses and training programs.
Ryan Anderson obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Rice University in 1987, and his Juris Doctor, with honors, from the University of Texas in 1992. He has been practicing law in San Antonio for over 22 years, and has been Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1997. Mr. Anderson currently serves on the State Bar of Texas Pattern Jury Charges Committee for Volume 1 – General Negligence, Intentional Personal Torts, and Workers Compensation. Mr. Anderson has also held the offices of Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary of the Appellate Section for the San Antonio Bar Association. He is also active in the Community Affairs, including the Boy Scouts of America, St. David's Episcopal School and The Circle School. Mr. Anderson also regularly appears as a speaker at Continuing Legal Education events involving the practice of Appellate Law.
Mary Alice Ezzell
Mary Alice Ezzell has over thirty (30) years of experience in Office Management. Prior to becoming Office Administrator for Ezzell & Associates, P.C., she spent 27 years at Alamo Music Center, Inc., as Office Manager and Piano Sales Manager. She was also Department Head of the Government Sales Division. Mrs. Ezzell has been active in the Mobile Loaves and Fishes program to feed the hungry, and Key2Free, an organization established to fight human trafficking. She also acts as a volunteer for The Community Justice Program.
She currently manages all business functions of the firm, as well as overall operations of the law office.
Landa Diaz is a Paralegal with over thirty (30) years of experience in civil litigation. Ms. Diaz graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 1981 with a B. A. in English. She also graduated from the Lawyer’s Assistant Program at Southwest Texas State University in May, 1982. Ms. Diaz has been involved in torts and commercial litigation and has assisted with litigation in virtually all fields of civil litigation during her career. Ms. Diaz also has extensive experience in comprehensive document management and trial preparation. She is an active member of the South Texas Organization of Paralegals (STOP) and has been a volunteer since inception with the Community Justice Program in partnership with Texas Rural Legal Aid.