Samantha Chambers began her legal career as a prosecutor with the Collin County District Attorney’s Office in September 2008, shortly after graduating with honors from the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas. Prior to law school, Mrs. Chambers received both Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in English from Texas A&M University where she taught rhetoric and composition. During law school she focused her studies and experience on criminal procedure and litigation. She interned for two years with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office where she worked on misdemeanor and felony cases. She also served as a Vice President for SMU Women in Law and organized the annual Symposium on Violence against Women and was a member of the Association for Public Interest Law.