Mr. Reyes is a graduate of Baylor University (BBA ’00) and the Baylor Law School (JD ’02). Following graduation from law school, Mr. Reyes worked in public policy in Dallas, Texas in the area of transportation. As a public policy consultant, Mr. Reyes advocated the interests of municipalities, counties and non-profit corporations before senior-level state and federal officials in the legislative and executive branches of government. Much of his work included tracking federal and state legislation, preparing testimony for presentment in Congressional hearings, developing legislative and regulatory strategies, and coordinating briefings with legislators at the state and federal level. After some time in public policy, Mr. Reyes entered the practice of law in the area of insurance defense litigation. As an insurance defense attorney, Mr. Reyes handled a large case docket and gained invaluable experience in all phases of the litigation process, including the preparation of pleadings, conducting discovery, depositions, alternative dispute resolution, negotiating settlements and extensive motion practice. In September of 2006, Mr. Reyes joined MVBA law firm and advises clients in all matters relating to ad valorem tax law.
Mr. Reyes enjoys playing and watching sports, bike riding, kayaking and playing guitar. He also enjoys spending time rooting for the Baylor Bears.