Victor Flores served in the Marine Corps and is an Iraq War veteran. He practices government law in Plano and serves on the Texas Bar Journal Board of Editors, the council of the State Bar of Texas Government Law Section, the Texas Young Lawyers Association, and the American Bar Association Young Lawyer Division Council.
Flores has led many TYLA projects, including Vote America!, inspiring civic engagement among youth; Strength in Unity, aimed at improving police-community relations; and Breaking the Silence, addressing attorneys’ mental health. His favorite project was implementing Vote America! in McAllen, where the Vote America! Rally Week mobilized approximately 1,500 area high school seniors to register to vote for the first time.
Flores is also a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a frequent speaker at Texas Bar CLEs, a mentor with Communities In Schools of North Texas, and legal counsel to his church.
For his service to the public and the bar, Flores has received the LeadershipSBOT Pedro “Pete” Serrano Leadership Award, a resolution from 2016-2017 State Bar President Frank Stevenson, TYLA’s annual President’s Award, and the Hidalgo County Bar Association’s Rookie of the Year Award.
Flores’ favorite breaks from work are date nights with his wife, Kristal, and reading bedtime stories with his son, Brennan.
In this State Bar of Texas Podcast, TYLA leaders Victor Flores, Britney Harrison, and Sally Pretorius answer questions submitted at the State Bar of Texas new lawyers swearing-in ceremony.
State Bar of Texas president Randy Sorrels and Houston Bar Association president Benny Agosto, Jr. share what to expect from their terms in office and why they both prioritize developing a more diverse bar.
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