Javier Macias is an associate attorney in the ScottHulse Labor & Employment practice group, which includes advising on labor and employment matters, proactive legal counsel for employers, and litigation.
Since joining the Firm, Javier has successfully negotiated with a labor union on behalf of a local employer, successfully negotiated a favorable settlement for a client involving claims of employment discrimination, and successfully defended a claim of wrongful termination on behalf of a local school district. He also successfully upheld an administrative decision with the Texas Commissioner of Education on behalf of a local school district.
While attending law school, Javier served as a law clerk for the Texas Civil Rights Project in El Paso, Texas, primarily in the areas of ADA and immigration-related claims. He also served as a legal intern at El Paso County Court at Law 4 for Judge Alex Gonzalez.
Prior to pursuing his legal career, Javier was a mathematics teacher at Fort Hancock High School in Fort Hancock, Texas. He is a graduate of Cathedral High School in El Paso, Texas. Javier is fluent in Spanish.