Mr. Julian Dominguez is an associate attorney at Thomas J. Henry.
Mr. Dominguez is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas. He earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Houston Law Center. Mr. Dominguez also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Texas at Austin where he minored in Music with an emphasis on jazz trumpet and was active in student government. Mr. Dominguez is also a licensed insurance adjuster in the State of Texas and speaks Spanish fluently.
Before joining Thomas J. Henry, Mr. Dominguez gained a broad array of legal experience including work for a Federal judge in Austin, Texas, where he worked on high profile tort claims against governmental entities, social security disability, and criminal matters. Mr. Dominguez also has experience in international and environmental law in addition to personal injury. Since joining Thomas J. Henry, Mr. Dominguez has focused exclusively on representation of clients in personal injury matters including auto and trucking accidents, company vehicle accidents, premises liability accidents, and workplace accidents.
Aside from his law practice Mr. Dominguez has many interests including performing on jazz trumpet, piano, and other musical pursuits. Mr. Dominguez also enjoys basketball, kayaking, and other outdoor activities. Mr. Dominguez also is involved with community service initiatives including habitat for humanity, HEB Feast of Sharing, and various mentorship programs.
- Automobile Accidents
- Company Vehicle Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Trucking Accidents
- Workplace Accidents
- State Bar of Texas
- University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas (J.D.)
- Hispanic Law Students Association
- Commercial Arbitration Certification
- Mediation Certification
- South Texas National Oil and Gas Negotiation Competition Finalist
- Trial Advocacy Alternative Dispute Resolution Team
- University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas (B.A.)
- Dean’s List
- Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society
- President of the College of Fine Arts
- Senate of College Councils
- Presidential Student Advisory Committee