Meet Blair Maslowski
Blair grew up in Illinois. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Saint Louis University in Saint Louis, Missouri, Juris Doctorate from Western State University in Irvine, California and Certificates in Mediation, Alternative Dispute Resolution and International Law from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. She also received a Certificate in Italian Language from Dante Aligheri Centro Linguistico in Florence, Italy and studied abroad twice.
In California, she worked in civil litigation, primarily focused on employment and labor law. After becoming a mom, she directed multiple non-profit organizations, including Mothers of Preschoolers and PTA. She had the opportunity to engage in legislative advocacy on behalf of the California PTA as well.
Once her family relocated to the Houston area in 2018, she re-entered the workforce at the Fort Bend County Attorney’s Office’s Civil Litigation Division. Upon attaining her license, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas in the Child Support Division.
She is licensed to practice before the Texas Supreme Court, U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and U.S. District Court – Southern Texas.