Sofia Bruera was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and grew up in Canada. She moved to Houston in high school and completed her undergraduate studies at Southern Methodist University, graduating with honors. Sofia received her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center where she strengthened her legal research and writing skills as a member of the Editorial Board of the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy. She received a publication award for her article, “Regulation of Internet Pharmacies using RFID tags, 2D barcodes and Biometrics.”
Sofia joined the national litigation firm of Blizzard & Nabers as an associate in 2009. She has presented and published on a variety of pharmaceutical litigation topics, including the American Association for Justice Topamax Teleseminar and the articles, “The 510k Fast Track and Medical Device Discovery” in Trial magazine, “The Off-Label Promotion Conundrum” in the AAJ Products Liability Newsletter and “Where are the Women? Tips for Increasing Female Leadership in Mass Torts” in the AAJ Women Trial Lawyers Caucus Newsletter. She recently formed her own law firm The Bruera Law Firm.