The Influential Francisco Domenech

Francisco Domenech is a holder of a Bachelor in Political Science and Juris Doctor both from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. He is well known for his contribution in the campaigns for Hillary Clinton mostly in Puerto Rico when she was running against Senator Obama in 2008 and Senator Sanders in 2016. His interest in politics has put him on the map as before becoming the deputy campaign manager for Hillary Clinton in 2008, he was already a delegate to Democratic National Convention for two terms being 2004 and 2008. He continued with this position for two more terms being 2012 and 2016. View Francisco Domenech’s profile at LinkedIn

His representation of the Young Democrats of America as a member of the Democratic National Committee is as well evidence of his commitment towards politics. Currently, Francisco Domenech is the managing partner of Politank which happens to be a government undertakings law firm. The firm focuses on developing approaches to utilize in representing the private interests during federal meetings. The fact that he started practising law as early as the age of 27 means that he has earned undisputable experience over the years to perform efficiently in his current position.

To help him carry out his law activities efficiently, Francisco Domenech has been accepted in various dimensions. Therefore he has been admitted to exercise law in various capacities like before the United States District Court of Puerto Rico, the United States Supreme Court, the courts of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia Circuit as well as the United States Courts of Appeals for First Circuit. In that case, for him to gain this kind of approval, it means that he has earned the trust and confidence of all these institutions. Other than working all the time, Francisco Domenech is involved in charity work individually and with the support of his company Politank. In that case, he gives back through liaising with foundations such as the Clinton Foundation, Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and the Washington Center or Internships and Academic Seminars as well as Hispanic Heritage Foundation.

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