Anica Alfaro joined the Ezequiel Reyna, Jr. Law Office in 2020, focusing her practice on personal injury litigation and criminal defense. Anica was born in Houston, Texas and was raised in the McAllen area. As the child of migrant farm workers, Anica knows first-hand the value of hard work and the importance of family. Her devotion to her family motivated her to excel in all aspects of her life, including pursuing a career in law.
She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in History. She then earned her Juris Doctorate from Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law, receiving the CALI Award for the highest grade in Lawyering Process Research. Her legal career began with an internship for a Houston energy company. She later worked in civil litigation at a boutique Houston personal injury law firm, often using her experience negotiating commercial transactions when helping clients.
During law school, Anica worked at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office in the Misdemeanor Division and gained experience in criminal law, often working with DWI and hit and run cases. She later served as a law clerk for the Honorable Justice Gordon Goodman of the First Court of Appeals. After her time working in civil litigation and criminal law, she knew she would pursue a legal career championing the lives of victims harmed by the negligence and bad acts of others. Her strong work ethic and life experience help her understand her clients.
She is a member of the Hidalgo County Bar Association and the Hispanic National Bar Association. Outside of practicing law, she is a die-hard Texas Longhorns fan and enjoys participating in rhythmic indoor cycling.
To inquire about representation, call the Ezequiel Reyna Law Office at (956) 968-9556 today.
- Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Juris Doctorate (2020)
- University of Texas at Austin, Bachelor of Arts in History (2016)
- State of Bar of Texas
- Hidalgo County Bar Association
- Hispanic National Bar Association