After graduating from the University of Chicago Law School, Jaime spent the first 10 years of his career in public service as a public defender in DuPage County, Illinois, just outside of Chicago. He married a native Texan and moved to Alpine in 2014 to raise his daughters closer to family. Since moving to Texas, Jaime has run his own law practice serving the people of the Big Bend. He also takes court-appointed cases for indigent clients as well as pro bono cases with issues involving fundamental rights or the environment.
Students Head to State in Mock Trial Competition (The Alpine Avalanche)
The Drug Runners (Texas Monthly)
Students saw in Professor Obama a pragmatist, not an idealogue (The New York Times)
Where was President Obama on September 11th, 2001? (Chicago Public Radio)