Daniel R. Hernandez
Daniel R. Hernandez was born in Bryan, Texas on November 4, 1950. He was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1987. Mr. Hernandez is admitted to practice before the; United States District Court, Southern District of Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University (B.S., 1973); He is fluent in Spanish. He has been a member of the Brazos County, State Bar of Texas; College of the State Bar Association. Mr. Hernandez has
held leadership positions throughout his career that include Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Director for Texas A&M University System and Georgetown University. He has served as Human Resources Consultant to the Center for International Strategic Studies in Washington D.C. He joined Waltman & Crowley Law Firm focusing in personal injury litigation in 1988.
In 1990 he became Assistant General Counsel and Chief of Litigation for Texas A&M University System where he represented the system in civil rights matters in federal and state courts across the state. In 2004 he was promoted to Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Community Development and in 2002 joined the Hernandez Law Firm, P.C. where he currently serves as Partner. Mr. Hernandez’s legal background includes serving in roles as General Counsel for Mexican American Engineers and Science Organization and as an advisory board member of the Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution for the South Texas School of Law. He serves as a consultant and mediator for school districts, economic development, congressional offices, corporations and hospital districts. He has trained over 500 attorneys and professors in US and Mexico. Mr. Hernandez has traveled to over 12 countries representing private and government interests, and making presentations regarding Negotiation and Mediation issues. Mr. Hernandez has published articles regarding cultural, civil rights, legal and historical matters.
Legal Subject Matter Areas of Expertise
- Civil Litigation: Commercial, Employment, Family and Personal Injury.
- Criminal Defense Litigation: State and Federal Court