I knew I wanted to help the "little" guy - the person who didn't have all the
advantages that come with money and power. So I went to law school to become a
lawyer. But I didn't want to be just any lawyer, I wanted to be a trial lawyer. I tried
my first case about a month after I got my license to practice law.
For the next twelve years I tried cases for people who were injured or otherwise
wronged. I won more cases than I lost, but I didn't feel like I was getting my clients
full justice. I wanted to be a better trial lawyer. Then in 2005, I went to Gerry
Spence's Trial Lawyers College to do just that. There I learned what it really meant
to be a lawyer for the people. I'm so proud to fight for the "Davids" of this world
against the Goliaths.
Stuff about Ron:
I was born in San Antonio, Texas on January 9, 1963.
Graduated from James Madison High School in San Antonio, Texas in 1981.
Attended Texas A&M University from 1981 - 1983.
Graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1988.
Graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1992.
Licensed to practice law in Texas in May of 1993.
Licensed to practice law in federal court in the Southern district of Texas since 1993.
Member and on the Board of Directors of Texas Trial Lawyers Association.
Graduate of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College in 2005.
How well I remember my parents telling me "You'd argue with a
fencepost." It seems I was destined to be a lawyer.
Naïve as it sounds, I wanted the world to be fair. When I realized it
wasn't, I thought "Maybe I can't make the whole world fair, but I
can make my little corner of it that way." None of us may know
precisely what justice is, but we all know injustice when we see it.
The question then is, what am I going to do about injustice?
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