Pallavi Ahluwalia owns and operates Ahluwalia Law Offices, P.C. She received her J.D. from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and has graduate degrees in English Literature and a Masters in Philosophy in English Literature from University of Punjab, Chandigarh in India. Pallavi is also a certified mediator. She has served as an appointed mediator for Collin County Courts. She has also been appointed Guardian Ad Litem for the Probate Courts in Dallas County. Pallavi is an active participant in the DFW community. In addition to regularly volunteering at legal aid clinics hosted by the Legal Aid of Northwest Texas; she serves as Legal Advisor to CHETNA, a non-profit organization working on issues related to domestic violence. In her role as a Legal Advisor, she trains volunteers and has been on radio talk shows to discuss domestic violence and the legal remedies Texas has to offer victims. Recently, she spearheaded and participated in an inaugural annual legal aid clinic that was held to benefit the underprivileged South Asian community in the DFW metroplex. Pallavi has also served on the North American South Asian Bar Association's Executive Committee; is the founding President of the SABA Dallas; and is involved in Dallas Bar Association, and Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program. She has been the speaker at the National South Bar Association's Annual Conference and has presented at the Indo American Chamber of Commerce's activities as well as for CHETNA. Pallavi has been the recipient of national merit scholarships in her undergraduate and graduate school. She was inscribed in her college's Roll of Honor for her academic accomplishments. Pallavi was born and raised in the Indian Air Force style of life where she and her family traveled all over India. From there she developed her love of traveling and meeting people. Pallavi is the mother of three young boys, including a set of twins. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and traveling. Pallavi is fluent in Hindi, Punjabi, and Spanish.