Mr. Menesse was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law and Government from the University of Texas at Austin and a minor in Business Administration. He is a practitioner in the area of complex insurance coverage issues and related litigation. He has previous work experience in insurance defense, commercial litigation, business disputes, corporate litigation, probate, construction, and real estate litigation matters. In law school, Mr. Menesse was a joint degree student, studying to receive his Master’s in Business Administration as well as his Juris Doctorate degree. During his time in law school, Mr. Menesse served as a staff writer for his school’s law review publication. He also clerked for the Office of the Texas Attorney General’s Consumer Protection division in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to this, Mr. Menesse was selected to participate in his law school’s International Business Law study abroad program. He spent a summer in Beijing, China learning about International Business Transactions as well as Intellectual Property Law at the international level. Mr. Menesse was involved in numerous organizations, including his law school’s Pro-Bono Association, where he assisted in a variety of legal matters including but not limited to immigration, family law, criminal law, and civil issues.

Professional Affiliations


State Bar of Texas

Houston Bar Association

News & Insights

Legal Publications

Land of the Free, Home of the Ignorant; (Unpublished) January 12, 2018



St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D., 2019

St. Mary’s University - Greehey School of Business, M.B.A, 2018

University of Texas, B.A., 2016


  • Texas Courts


  • Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom, L.L.P., March 2020–present
  • Lopez Law Group, November 2019–December 2019
  • Office of the Texas Attorney General–Consumer Protection Division, January 2018–May 2018
  • The Law Offices of Guerra and Farah, May 2016–August 2016
  • Office of the Vice President and Provost at the University of Texas at Austin, June 2014–May 2016
  • State Representative Toni Rose’s Office, January 2015–May 2015
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