I am passionate about advocating for our clients and
giving them my best effort to achieve the best results. I enjoy opportunities to
cultivate effective professional relationships with clients, so that my efforts
on their behalf truly reflect their unique needs and goals.”
Ray Reyes is a 2016 graduate of the James E. Rogers College of
Law at the University of Arizona, where he was Articles Editor of the Arizona
Law Review, earned the Dean’s Achievement Scholarship, and received the
Outstanding Performance in Legal Writing Award. He earned his bachelor’s degree
from the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University.
In the community, Ray has taught English to refugee children
through Community Outreach & Advocacy for Refugees (COAR). His hobbies include
gardening, reading, and playing Rummikub.
State Bar of Arizona
U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for
Immigration Review, 2015
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J.D., James E. Rogers College of Law, University of
Arizona, 2016: Articles Editor, Arizona Law Review
B.A., summa cum laude, English, Arizona State University,