Victor M. Urbaez graduated from the University of the District of Columbia School of Law where he was involved in school government as a Student Representative. Before that he graduated with his Bachelors from Manhattan College where there he too represented the student body as VP of the Latino Organization. But what Urbaez really dreamed of was representing his people - whether from his island nation of the Dominican Republic, or Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Colombians, Ecuadorians, Peruvians, - the entire "pueblo".
Read Victor M. Urbaez's Bio here - They Don't Call Him Tu Abogado Del Pueblo for Nothing!
Jennese Torres is a founding Partner of Torres And Urbaez, P.C., a general practice law firm covering New York and New Jersey. She represents clients in hearings, trials, and appeals, in State and Federal cases, covering a wide variety of cases: from divorces to traffic cases, child support to criminal cases, and everything in between. Currently, Torres also serves as an Arbitrator in Small Claims Court in New York County.
Torres received her Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law, where she was a Member of the Social Justice Law Review. She is licensed to practice in New York State, the Federal District Court of the Southern District of New York, and The Supreme Court of the United States.
For the full story of how Jennese Torres got admitted into the United State Supreme Court read SCRIBBLE SCRABBLE.