Victor Flores serves as Deputy City Attorney for the City of Denton, providing general counsel for all legal matters. Prior to serving Denton, he was the Assistant City Attorney for the City of McAllen serving the City Attorney Office’s general counsel and litigation departments. His whole career has been serving local governmental legal needs across the Rio Grande Valley, providing outside counsel to various other municipalities, including those he provided to McAllen and now, Denton, Texas. As a recipient of the Texas City Attorneys Association’s Municipal Certification Program in Civil Law, Mr. Flores has been asked to speak at various CLE programs across the state dealing with government law related issues, including among other topics, the Texas Tort Claims Act, Public Information Act, Texas Open Meetings Act, and Planning and Land Use Basics. Notably, Victor recently completed the International Association of Defense Counsel – Trial Academy at Stanford Law School.

Mr. Flores is a Texas Bar Foundation Fellow and serves on the Council for the State Bar of Texas - Government Law Section; Board of Directors for the Texas Young Lawyers Association; and Board of Editors for the Texas Bar Journal. He’s received various State Bar of Texas awards including, President’s Award (Tex. Young Lawyers Association); Presidential Resolution (State Bar of Texas); President’s Award of Merit (Tex. Young Lawyers Association); Pedro “Pete” Serrano Leadership Award (State Bar of Texas); and Rookie of the Year (Hidalgo County Bar Association).

As a US. Marine Corps, Iraq War Veteran, the previous Infantry Staff Sergeant, remains engaged in volunteering to help fellow veterans’ legal needs. Further committed to pro-bono legal service, Victor also serves Baptist Temple Church (McAllen, Texas) as their associate general counsel on a continued volunteer basis.

Victor has been married to his wife for 10 years and they have one child, Brennan (almost two (2) years old) who loves trains, airplanes, basketball and all things books.