Salvador De La Torre Jr. grew up in a small rural community, Willcox, Arizona. Salvador is a first-generation college student and is the product of hard working parents who immigrated from Mexico. Salvador is fluent in Spanish with a high proficiency in reading and writing in both English and Spanish. Salvador received his education in Arizona where he started his Associate of Arts Degree with Central Arizona College.
Upon graduation, Salvador transferred to Arizona State University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a Minor in Psychology. Salvador, then attended Law School at Arizona Summit Law School where he received his Juris Doctorate Degree.
Salvador brings experience in Criminal Law to the Firm by previous work with Maricopa County Office of the Legal Defender where Salvador participated in a Capital Murder Trial and several other cases. Salvador brings Immigration experience to the Firm by previous positions with Immigration Law Offices.
Salvador cares deeply about helping those who cannot help themselves as evidenced by his award for over 280 hours of Pro Bono work.