You could say John was raised in the courtroom. His father was an attorney, and he used to take him along to trials when he was a child. This experience taught John a lot about the law at an early age and inspired him to become an attorney himself. He always had a knack for debating critical issues and thinking creatively, and law was an obvious way for John to channel his natural attributes while also accomplishing his main goal — helping the community at large.
After completing his undergraduate degree, John went on to attend Michigan State University’s College of Law. During law school, John gained practical experience in the state’s capital while furthering his education.
Upon graduation, John served several years as a federal law clerk. Throughout that time, he assisted a variety of judges with civil and criminal trials. These experiences have easily been some of the most memorable in John’s career so far, and the knowledge he gained from those cases continues to serve him in his practice today.
I love South Texas and my community. It’s a beautiful part of the world, and I try to stay involved and help my neighbors in any way I can.