Chinasa Ogbureke


10333 Richmond Avenue, Suite 900
Houston, Texas 77042
T (713) 337-0750
F (713) 337-0760


Chinasa Ogbureke grew up in Evans, Georgia, a small suburb right outside of Augusta (also known as the home of the Master’s Tournament). She completed her undergraduate degree at the Georgia Institute of Technology (more commonly known as Georgia Tech) and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and minor in Pre-Law.


Upon graduating, Chinasa immediately relocated to Houston to attend law school. While at the University of Houston Law Center, she participated on the Mock Trial Team which afforded her the opportunity to compete in two school-sponsored competitions. She also worked in the University of Houston’s Civil Practice Clinic and completed various clerkships with both public and private entities. Upon graduating and successfully completing the Texas Bar, Chinasa worked at a firm in The Woodlands, Texas, where she practiced probate and business litigation for nearly two years.


During her free time, Chinasa enjoys plyometric and “bootcamp style” workouts at Hermann Park, frequent short-term trips with friends, and trying different brunch spots in the city. She is a member of The Lighthouse Church, South Campus in Sugarland, Texas.


2017 University of Houston Law Center

  • Hippard Open Mock Trial Competition, Quarterfinalist
  • Capitol City Challenge Interscholastic Mock Trial Competition

2014 Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Bachelor of Science in International Affairs, Minor in Prelaw

  • Dean’s List: Summer 2011 | Fall 2012

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas - November 2017

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas - February 2018