Lydia Murphy

Lydia Murphy

Attorney at Law
Phone: (214) 521-3605
Fax: (214) 520-1181

Lydia Murphy is an attorney in Baron & Budd’s Pharmaceutical Litigation Group, where she advocates for clients who have been seriously harmed by prescription medications or medical devices. Ms. Murphy offers compassionate and dedicated representation inspired by her work with indigent clients and immigrants from around the world.

Lydia Murphy earned her Juris Doctor from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. While at Western Michigan University, Ms. Murphy served as secretary of the Hispanic Latino Law Society and worked closely with the non-profit organization “Justice For Our Neighbors” in order to provide legal services to immigrants throughout the Midwest. During law school, she was awarded the Certificate of Appreciation for her service in the Access to Justice Clinic for her advocacy on behalf of indigent clients facing a variety of family law matters.

Prior to joining Baron & Budd, Ms. Murphy practiced family-based immigration law where she represented immigrant survivors of domestic violence seeking benefits under the Violence Against Women Act and helped many families stay together by successfully proving eligibility to remain in the United States under the Immigration and Nationality Act §212. As a result of her work in family and immigration law, Ms. Murphy has witnessed firsthand how compassionate legal representation can transform lives and change the trajectory of generations to come.

Today, Lydia Murphy is committed to advocating for clients who have been harmed by unsafe pharmaceuticals. As a member of the Pharmaceutical Litigation Group at Baron & Budd, Ms. Murphy is truly honored to be part of a dynamic team of talented attorneys who sets out to change lives and right wrongs every day.


Western Michigan University Cooley Law School (J.D. 2015)
Grand Valley State University (B.A. 2011)

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Professional Associations

American Bar Association
State Bar of Michigan
State Bar of Texas