Dorotha M. Ocker is the principal attorney at Ocker Law Firm. Her graduate school professor once described her as having "the tenacity of a pit bull." Ms. Ocker used this tenacity to go from the cotton farm she grew up on to Texas A&M University and then to Stanford Law School. After graduating Stanford Law School, Ms. Ocker obtained a prestigious position as a Trial Attorney with the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. where she litigated cases in various federal courts across the country. Ms. Ocker learned that litigating against Americans wasn't for her, so now she represents Americans in their fight against the their homeowners associations, their landlords, their bosses,and anyone else who bullies the average American. People leave Ms. Ocker's office feeling like they have a fighter on their side.