Julian Lopez loves helping others and is genuinely interested in making sure his clients recover the maximum compensation.
Julian graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Government in 1977. He graduated with honors and was on the Dean’s List. In 1980, he graduated from the University of Texas School of Law, which is one of the premier law schools, with his J.D. degree. Julian is licensed to practice in the State of Texas and the United States District Court for the Western and Southern Districts of Texas and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western and Southern Districts of Texas. He is also a member of the State Bar of Texas, San Antonio Bar Association, Society of Ethical Attorneys at Law, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association (former member of Board of Directors).
Member of American Board of Trial Advocates-San Antonio Chapter. A national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges. A.B.O.T.A. and its members are dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the civil jury trial right provided by the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. A.B.O.T.A. is an invitation-only organization. Members must have at least five years of active experience as trial lawyers, have tried at least 10 civil jury trials to conclusion, and possess additional litigation experience. Members must also exhibit the virtues of civility, integrity, and professionalism.
Julian became a Lifetime Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocate Forum and Million Dollar Advocate Forum in 2015. Additionally, Julian is also a member of the Texas Bar College. The Texas Bar College is an honorary society of lawyers who are among the best-trained attorneys in Texas. Members are qualified attorneys who are interested in both high ethical standards and improved training for all Texas attorneys. The College recognizes Texas lawyers who attend at least double the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) required by the State Bar of Texas.
Julian spent four years as a felony prosecutor for Cameron County in Brownsville, Texas. After leaving Cameron County, Julian became a lead prosecutor at the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney, Special Crimes Division, for three years. He also has represented insurance companies before he became a plaintiff’s attorney so he is well prepared to counter the insurance companies’ tactics. The skills and knowledge Julian learned over the time have been crucial in his career and being the attorney he is today. Julian enjoys the one-on-one interaction with his clients.
In his spare time, Julian also takes an interest in helping the ill and elderly by being a supporter of the Make a Wish program for ill children and Meals on Wheels for the elderly.