Francisco J. Domenech was born in the year 1978 April 29, in a place called San Juan, Puerto Rico. He later joined trinity catholic school in his adolescent years in Ocala Florida. In 1999 he graduated attaining a degree in political science and a bachelor in arts from the Puerto Rico University, Rio Piedras campus.
Later in 2003 he also achieved a juris doctor degree from the University Of Puerto Rico School Of Law. During Francisco’s academic year from 1999 to 2000, he became the president, of the General Student Body Council; he was also elected as the undergraduate senator in the academic senate of Rio Piedras Campus.
On behalf of his School of Law, he participated twice in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition, and he was among those who were ranked as the best oralists.
Francisco Domenech is currently the managing partner in the Politank Company which is law firm possessed by the government which it develops plans to represent the private interest before any other forums. He formerly used to work with the legislative services of the P.R. as the director from 2005 to 2008. Follow Francisco Domenech on twitter for more updates
He also worked as the P.R. senates, the president’s chief legal counsel; his work was to represent the Senate’s concern before the court and giving legal guidance.
As a representative of the Young Democrats of America, he served as an agent from 2007 to 2012 in the Democratic National Committee. In 2008 he helped Hillary Clinton with her campaigns in Puerto Rico, and he worked as the deputy campaign manager.
In 2016 Hillary Clinton held a fundraiser for Super PAC and Francisco was a co-chair of the national finance in the fundraising held throughout the state. Also in 2016 during the election period, he was also the campaign manager for Hon. She and Jennifer Gonzalez won becoming the first young woman as a Resident Commissioner.
Mr. Domenech practiced his career as a lawyer in commonwealth courts in Puerto Rico, U.S. district court of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Court of Appeals, the U.S. Court of International Trade and also at the U.S. Supreme Court.