Alicia McCullar is the Online Edition Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review and a 3L J.D. candidate graduating in May 2017. She is originally from Lubbock, Texas, and received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of San Diego in 2010. She also received her M.A. in Criminal Justice from Arizona State University in 2012. Currently, Alicia is the Vice President of the Tech Law Military Association, a member of Phi Delta Phi, and a member of the State Bar of Texas’s Pro Bono College.
Alicia interned with Judge Robert L. Jones in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas, and, as a 2L, clerked at Field, Manning, Stone, Hawthorne & Aycock P.C. in Lubbock, Texas. She also tutored Professor Rishi Batra’s Property course. Alicia provided tax preparation services with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program for the 2016 tax season. This summer, she worked for Chevron in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. As a 3L, Alicia is interning at the United States Attorney’s Office in Lubbock.
Prior to law school, she served as an Officer in the United States Navy with duty stations in San Diego, California, and Jacksonville, Florida. On board the USS TAYLOR (FFG 50), she served as the Administrative Officer. Following her service, she worked as an Executive Team Leader with Target in Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Florida. She returned to Lubbock to be with her family and to pursue her goal of obtaining a law degree at Texas Tech University. She is interested in a variety of practice areas including bankruptcy, oil & gas, criminal law, and tax law.