Brooke Hendricks-Green grew up in West Texas, and attended McMurry University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Degree in Political Science in 2002. Brooke worked for a criminal defense firm in Huntsville, Texas for a year before she went off to law school.She was accepted into Texas Tech law school, where she was involved in the TechLAP mentoring program, the Women's Caucus, wrote for the Texas Tech Lawyer Alumni Magazine as a staff writer, and worked for Legal Aid Society with her third year bar card. Brooke received her J.D. in 2006 and was immediately hired with the Midland County District Attorney's office, where she had interned during law school. In 2010, she moved to the Ector County District Attorney's Office where she was promoted to First Assistant. She recently joined Hamilton, Hull & Rogers as a Criminal Trial Attorney and is excited about this new career path and how many clients she can help navigate successfully through the legal system.