Lorenzo Garcia is a 2L J.D. candidate graduating in May 2019. Lorenzo is the son of two attorneys and grew up in San Marcos, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at San Antonio where he earned his Batchelor of Arts in Political Science. Prior to attending law school, Lorenzo interned with the San Antonio Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, where he edited and created the publication design for “Closing the Digital Divide: A Framework for Meeting CRA Obligations.”
Lorenzo is not only a staff member for Volume 50 of the Texas Tech Law Review, but also a research assistant for the Texas Tech Law Library and an officer of both Lavender Law and the Hispanic Law Student’s Association. His legal interests include telecommunications law, administrative law, and property law. Lorenzo spent the first half of his 1L summer interning under Judge Les Hatch of the 237th District Court of Texas and the second half interning at Ewell, Brown, Blanke, & Knight in Austin.