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McKenzie R. Eccleston



McKenzie Rae Eccleston is a native to Arkansas.  She received her undergraduate degrees in Anthropology, Economics and Religious Studies from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, graduating cum laude after spending several months abroad conducting research for her honors thesis: A Pilgrimage: A Journey into the Modern Memorialization of Anti-Semitism.

In 2022, she graduated from Baylor University School of Law, where she participated in the Trial Advocacy Clinic, ABA Negotiation Team, Transatlantic Negotiation Team, Women’s Legal Society, Christian Legal Society, and served as both a Baylor Court Barrister and ABA Negotiation Team Assistant Coach.  McKenzie was on the Dean’s List for 6 quarters, received the High A in Legislation and Administrative Procedures, Juvenile Justice, and Remedies.  While at Baylor, she completed Baylor’s renowned Practice Court-a two-quarter, four course, real-world advocacy, training program.

McKenzie was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2022 and aims to dedicate her career to the practice of family law with a specialty in complex child welfare issues.  Her clients and co-workers appreciate her kindness, empathy, passion, and caring nature.

McKenzie adores her dogs, who are occasionally found lounging around her office, reading the latest bestseller, baking sweets, and cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks to victory.


University of Arkansas, B.A. 2019

Baylor University School of Law, J.D. 2022

Bar Admissions

Texas, 2022