Texas State Bar, 2008
U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas, 2008
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas, 2008
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas, 2008
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, 2008
U.S. Tax Court 2011
St. Mary’s University School of Law, 2008 – Doctor of Jurisprudence
Tulane University, 2002 – Bachelor of Arts
Professional Associations and Memberships:
State Bar of Texas
Bexar County Women's Bar Association
San Antonio Bar Association
San Antonio Young Lawyers Association
William H. Sessions Inns of Court
League of Women Voters
Habitat for Humanity
National Leadership Council
BCWBF LEAD Academy
Bexar County Women’s Bar Association, Belva Lockwood Outstanding Young Lawyer, 2013
Texas Super Lawyers, Rising Star, 2017
Molly is a senior associate who works with small business owners to assist them in starting, expanding, operating, and selling their businesses. After practicing business litigation at the start of her law practice, Molly wanted to work with business owners to help them avoid litigation by advising them in the many large and small decisions business owners face. Molly supports business owners on matters of real estate, contracts, sales and use tax, and employee matters, in addition to her work with corporate mergers and acquisitions. Since Molly joined Rosenblatt Law Firm in 2014 she has assisted in over $77 million in mergers and acquisitions. Molly understands each business is unique and works with each client to assure they receive the best advice possible. In addition to her business clients, Molly guides clients through the often daunting process of creating an estate plan that meets their specific needs. Just as every business is different, each person has distinct wants and concerns when it comes to an estate plan. Molly enjoys the peace of mind her clients receive after completing their estate plans.
After graduating from undergrad, and before attending law school, Molly spent two years as the Director of Policy for the National Coalition for the Homeless. During law school, Molly worked in the Immigration Clinic at the Community Justice Center, was a staff writer for the St. Mary’s Law Journal, and interned for the Honorable Judge Edward C. Prado United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.
In her free time, Molly stays involved in the community through non-profit and political organizations working to improve the lives of San Antonians. She relaxes with podcasts, reading and by playing with her two dogs.