Sofia Miranda was born and raised in South Texas where she worked for her family business. During her undergraduate career, Sofia gained a scholarship to study abroad in South Korea. In her time in South Korea, she studied International Business and prepared business plans to bring Asian business to the Mexico-Texas border. Sofia graduated from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in December 2016. Sofia then went on to earn her Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa College of Law in May 2020.
During law school, Sofia served as Articles Editor for the Energy Law Journal. Additionally, Sofia participated in the reinstatement of the Latino Law Students Association and was President of the organization. Furthermore, Sofia competed in NYU’s National Immigration Law Moot Court Competition and several other moot court competitions which gained her the Order of Barristers for exceptional oral advocacy, trial advocacy, and brief writing. Sofia also studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland. In Dublin, Sofia interned at the Irish Council of Civil Liberties drafting policy papers on the policing of protests in Ireland. Sofia then went on to intern at the Tulsa County Public Defender’s Office before finding her permanent home at Holden Litigation. When not busy with her cats, fiancé, or traveling, Sofia is an active member of the Junior League of Tulsa which focuses on volunteer work for women and children in the Tulsa community.
The Order of Barristers