Luis Baez

Luis Baez

Courts of Admittance: State Bar of Texas

Luis Baez represents both businesses and individuals in commercial litigation, employment law, and personal injury.

Luis is licensed to practice law in the state of Texas and in the Southern District of Texas.

Luis graduated from Texas State University with a bachelor of arts degree in political science. While at Texas State he was the national president for the Health Occupations Students of America, captain of the debate team, and wrote opinion pieces for the school’s newspaper, the University Star. He also worked as an economics tutor and tour guide at the state capitol.

Luis earned his law degree from Michigan State University College of Law where he was a teaching assistant, law review editor, and president of the Hispanic and Latino Law Society. Luis was also a two-year competitor for Michigan State’s mock trial team, where he was a finalist at the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association competition in Ohio, finalist in the Puerto Rico Trial Advocacy tournament, and semi-finalist in the American Association for Justice competition.

Luis is currently a member of the Texas and Houston Trial Lawyers Association. Luis has written numerous articles about various issues in the legal community, including:

  • Quantums of Force: Dispelling Pseudo Ambiguities of “Physical Force” Under the Lautenberg Amendment, 4 T. MARSHALL J. GENDER, RACE AND JUSTICE 1 (2014).
  • Maintaining Critical Mass: How Fisher v. University of Texas Could Affect Diversity in Higher Education, 17 JULIAN SAMORA RESEARCH INSTITUTE AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY REPORT 2 (2014).
  • Prosecutorial Discretion Advised: Analyzing the Proper Role of “Economic Consequences” as a Factor in Federal Prosecutorial Decisions Not to Seek Criminal Charges, 12 Dartmouth Law Journal 1 (2015).
  • Rated “M” for Misleading: How Deceptive, Anti-Consumer Practices in the Videogame Industry Became the New Norm, 27 University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy 2 (2016).