J.D., University of Houston
M.A., Michigan State University
B.A., University of Maine
Diane McManus is a Clinical Supervising Attorney in the Civil Practice Clinic at the University of Houston Law Center. She received a B.A. in Comparative Literature the University of Maine, a M.A. in English Language Literature from Michigan State University and a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center.
Prior to joining the Law Center, Professor McManus was a staff attorney and manager with Lone Star Legal Aid (formerly Gulf Coast Legal Foundation) where she arranged for staff attorneys to do intakes at over 6 shelters in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties to better serve victims of domestic violence. She served as the Chair of the Statewide Family Law Task Force for Legal Aid attorneys, served on the Board of AVDA and United Against Human Trafficking. Professor McManus has been a speaker on family and probate issues at local and state conferences.
Professor McManus has a passion for horses and is a regular attendee at the Annual Symposium on Equine Law held in Lexington, Kentucky.