Al joined FVF as the firm’s first law clerk in the summer of 2018. Al quickly won over the entire staff and his exceptional work ethic and work product earned him a job offer before he went back to finish his third year at Baylor Law. After passing the bar with flying colors, he was promoted to an attorney in the fall of 2019.
Al is originally from the Dominican Republic and speaks fluent Spanish. In additional to his work at FVF, Al interned with the McLennan County District Attorney’s office while in law school. Al has a bachelor’s degree in economics from St. Edward’s University, (go Hilltoppers!).
In his free time, Al closely follows Major League Baseball. He hopes to one day visit all 30 Major League stadiums. He also enjoys collecting watches, golfing, and traveling with friends and family.
A special message to the friends and potential new clients of FVF Law:
FVF’s client contract has, for a long time, contained the following termination clause: “FVF Law is a values-driven law firm, and because diversity is a value we support, “good cause” [for termination] shall include any expression by the client of intolerance with respect to race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or sexual orientation.”
Now more than ever, FVF recognizes the global need to combat racism proactively, and to do so with more than just words. This firm was built on the mission of being better. Better lawyers. Better advocates. Better people.
We all know being better requires an ongoing commitment to learning, growth, introspection, and change. We enthusiastically embrace that commitment and hereby pledge to do more than just talk about it. Stay tuned on our blog and facebook page for more about what FVF is doing to back this important global effort.
In the meantime, we would respectfully request new clients who find their own views incompatible with this pledge to consider contacting another firm to handle their case. In any case, we invite you to provide honest feedback by emailing email@example.com.
Josh and Aaron, and all of FVF Law