Jonathan Lionel Ray Baeza

Jonathan Lionel Ray Baeza

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Areas of Practice

Licensed in Texas and New Mexico
Federal and State Courts
Employment and Labor
Personal Injury
Litigation

Education

Liberty University School of Law (J.D., 2014)
University of North Texas (B.A., 2008) (Cum Laude)
Clint High School

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Biography

Jonathan was raised in the lower valley and graduated from Clint High School. He is an active member in the El Paso Community where he attends Cross of Grace Church with his wife Sarah and two children.  Jonathan also sits on the Board of Directors for Pregnancy and Fatherhood Solutions. After attending law school in Virginia, he and his wife moved back home to raise their family in El Paso.

Being raised in a working class family and community, Jonathan made the decision to devote his time and efforts to representing the worker’s of El Paso and its surrounding communities.

Since starting his career, Jonathan has gained trial litigation experience trying cases to verdict. Jonathan’s practice has focused on litigating non-subscriber work injury cases, workers’ compensation retaliation cases under §451 of the Texas Labor Code, third party work injury cases, employment discrimination and retaliation cases under state and federal law, as well as violations of the FMLA and FLSA Overtime cases. Jonathan’s experience has been fully focused on litigation – from filing suit, taking depositions, challenging experts, conducting appeals – including oral arguments at the appellate level, filing and arguing against complex motions for summary judgment, negotiating through mediation, and all aspects of litigation and arbitration. Jonathan litigates cases all over Texas and New Mexico.

Jonathan is a member of several professional organizations including the State Bar of Texas, State Bar of New Mexico, Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, the El Paso Bar Association, the El Paso Young Lawyers Association, and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Jonathan clerked for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Jonathan is bilingual, English and Spanish.

"We know the law is good if one uses it properly."

1 Timothy 1:8