Samin Agha is the newest member of the Daic Law team. He started at Daic Law with one main goal in mind: to fight the good fight and be a voice to the voiceless. He cares about the people around him and works to uplift others. Prior to practicing law, Samin used to teach and coach high school debate and speech. He has worked his entire life to help others and he will continue to “fight the good fight” for our clients.
Prior to practicing law, Samin received a Bachelor of Arts in Government from The University of Texas at Austin and was a high school professional communications, public speaking, and debate teacher. While teaching he directed a nationally ranked speech and debate team with numerous local, state, and national accolades. Helping his students find their voice was the most rewarding part of his time as a teacher.
Samin attended the University of Houston Law Center (UHLC) where he obtained his Juris Doctor. While at UHLC he participated in various organizations, including the Houston Law Review and Blakely Advocacy Institute’s Interscholastic Alternative Dispute Resolution and Moot Court Teams.
Prior to joining the Daic Law team he spent time working at an Am Law 100 law firm.
You must keep your mind on the objective, not on the obstacle. Words to live by!
2019 International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commercial Mediation Competition
2018 Billings, Exum & Frye National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition, Finalist & Best Petitioner’s Brief
2018 Tom New House Mediation Competition, Champion
2018 National Energy Law Negotiation Competition at South Texas College of Law, Finalist
Awards & Honors
Order of Barristers
Order of the Barons
LEX Award winner (highest grade in class) in The Art of Advocacy: Trial Persuasion in a Polarized World; Federal Natural Resources; Pre-trial Litigation; Client Interviewing & Counseling; Voir Dire; Storytelling; and Advanced Negotiations.