Attorney Javier Herrera continues family legacy of contributing to community
Following in his fathers' footsteps to serve the Hispanic and Latino community in San Antonio, personal injury lawyer Javier Herrera has been named president of the San Antonio Chapter of the Mexican American Bar Association (MABA). At the awards ceremony, his father Frank Herrera, Jr also humbly accepted an award from the State Bar of Texas for his outstanding service to the Hispanic community.
Javier Herrera was sworn in on Dec. 7th, 2016 as MABA's new president. He will also continue to practice in the family's law firm. MABA serves an important role in San Antonio's legal community as "a forum and a means for lawyers to promote the social, economic, political and educational advancement of the people of this community," according to MABA San Antonio's website.
Javier Herrera and the Herrera Law Firm has a longstanding commitment to providing legal assistance to those in need in the San Antonio area and throughout Texas. Active in the Hispanic Law Alumni Association for St. Mary's University School of Law as well as the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association, Javier Herrera regularly volunteers his time for several other charitable organizations in the San Antonio area.
Javier Herrera consistently serves clients who cannot afford lawyers, regularly gives back to his community and works tirelessly to defend clients' rights. A true humanitarian, MABA's new president believes strongly in remembering where you came from, and to leave his court doors open to all who need justice in their lives.
Javier Herrera is licensed to practice in the western, eastern, southern and northern District Courts of Texas, allowing him to practice law throughout the entire state.