Dominic Martinez centers his practice on civil litigation, including commercial, healthcare, and torts/personal injury litigation. He is currently assisting with personal injury cases, contract disputes, and insurance coverage disputes.
Dominic was born and raised in Chimayo, NM. He received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College, and his J.D. from University of New Mexico School of Law, where he graduated summa cum laude. Dominic earned several prestigious awards while attending law school, including the Daniels Diploma, awarded to the top-ranking law school graduate, the Salazar Prize, awarded to the top-ranking student after the second year of law school, and the UNM Law Alumni Association Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship for law school.
Dominic has written articles for the New Mexico Law Review and the New Mexico Defense Lawyers Association (NMDLA) Newsletter, and was the winner of the NMDLA’s 2016 Law Student Essay Contest. In addition to his writing achievements, Dominic was also a part of the UNM Mock Trial team from 2015-2017.
When he is not practicing law, Dominic enjoys running, attending concerts and spending time with his rescue dog Popcorn.
University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2017; Manuscript Editor, New Mexico Law Review, 2017; Daniels Diploma for top-ranking law school graduate, 2017
Harvard College, B.A. in Economics with secondary concentration in Government, 2014; Sports Editor, The Harvard Crimson, 2014-2017
American Bar Association