Roberto got his start in law as an eighth grader. He participated in a mock trial during speech class and afterwards, his teacher suggested he'd make a great lawyer one day. At the time, it seemed like a crazy idea, but as Roberto grew older, he was drawn to the debate team, and could never turn down a good argument. So after graduating from Rice University, he went on to The University of Texas School of Law. Now he's an excellent Personal Injury lawyer, and was a Project Administrator at The National Hispanic Institute.
National Hispanic Institute, Project Administrator, 2011-2013
Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Member
Capital Area Trial Lawyer's Association, Member
Admitted to the Western District Of Texas