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"He laughably outclasses and out matches other lawyers at trial."

Martindale Review

Israel G. Perez III


Israel G. Perez III was born in Eagle Pass, Texas to former migrant farm workers. After graduating high school in San Antonio, Texas, Mr. Perez attended Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri where Jesuit values of being for and with others were instilled in him.

Believing that decisive action was the quickest and noblest way to help others, Mr. Perez ran for a seat on San Antonio's city council while still attending school. Although he did not win, many of his ideas (such as a payday loan ordinance) found favor and were adopted into law..

2011 City Council Race

At Baylor Law School, Mr. Perez was recognized for his dedication to public service. He interned for U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey C. Manske where he acquired behind the scenes knowledge of complex judicial decision making. This insight helped him get the top grade in his Advance Trial Advocacy class.

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After graduating Baylor Law School, Mr. Perez headed west to Odessa, Texas. There he managed an outpost law office of six employees. As a young trial attorney, Mr. Perez won victories against high powered insurance companies. As a guest on a popular Odessa radio show, Mr. Perez provided legal insight to listeners who called in.

In 2020, Mr. Perez participated in one of the country's very first Zoom trials. He won a favorable result for his client showing how new technologies can be mastered in this new age brought to us by a global pandemic.


Mr. Perez also taught a citizenship class to refugees in both Fort Worth, Texas and Midland, Texas. Mr. Perez is a pilot favoring smaller, single-engine planes. When he is not helping his clients fight for justice, he can be found at the local FBO.

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