Jessica Guobadia

Jessica Guobadia was licensed in Texas in 2009, while she worked at the Office of Court Administration in Harris County.  In 2010, Jessica joined a small firm that focused on contractual disputes, including health care and employment matters, and litigation.  In this capacity, Jessica served as outside counsel for several large hospital systems and as external general counsel for a health care receivables company.

Jessica Guobadia represents, or is involved in the representation, of individuals and businesses in various matters in the practice areas described below.

Practice Areas

  • Business Law
  • Healthcare Law
  • Wills,Trusts, and Estates
  • Probate
  • Guardianships
  • Family Law
  • Real Estate
  • Title
  • Personal Injury/Products Liability
  • Commercial Litigation

Education and Professional Background

  • Boston College (B.A. 2005)
  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (J.D. 2008)


  • St. Thomas More Law Honor Society


  • Texas (2009)
  • California (2008)
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern, Southern, Eastern District, and Western of Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

Community Service

  • The Woodlands Bar Association: Veteran’s Legal Clinic and Wills for Heroes
  • ABA Moot Court Competition, Brief Grader


  • State Bar of Texas: Health Law Section, Appellate Section, and Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law
  • American Bar Association: Health Law Section, Litigation Section, Young Lawyers Division
  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • Healthcare Financial Management Association

Practice Areas

  • Health Care
  • Business/Commercial Law
  • Contract Review and Disputes
  • General Litigation
  • General Counsel


Guobadia, Jessica, “Presumptive Eligibility: To Qualify or Not,” HFMA Texas Gulf Coast Chapter Quarterly Newsletter (January 2015)

Turek, Douglas D. and Guobadia, Jessica,  “Getting The Most out of Medicaid Post-Payment Utilization,” HFMA Texas Gulf Coast Chapter July Newsletter (July 2013)

Guobadia, Jessica, “Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Finds Criminal Enforcement Provision of Local Curfew Ordinance Unconstitutional

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Finds Criminal Enforcement Provision of Local Curfew Ordinance Unconstitutional,” American Bar Association, Criminal Justice – Juvenile Justice Section (October 2009)

Office: 281-370-1810
Cell: 617-417-1306