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Rene Juarez was born and raised in San Marcos, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at Austin, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree and went on to attend The Western New England University School of Law before moving to Buffalo to be closer to his wife’s family. Juarez, who is fluent in Spanish, has been practicing law since 2010. He works for the Law firm of Dolce Panepinto, practicing in the areas of Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, and Social Security Disability.
Juarez and his wife Erin have two small boys of their own, Sam and Jake. They are active members of the local community and proud to be raising their children in Western New York.
“Rene is the epitome of hard work,” said Dolce Panepinto partner Marc Panepinto. “He is a tremendously smart and talented young man which, combined with his incredible work ethic, make him an outstanding attorney that we are proud to have on our team.”
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