Frank’s practice areas include class actions, antitrust, commercial disputes, labor and employment, and civil rights litigation. He has successfully represented clients in administrative proceedings and in state and federal court.
After receiving his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of New Mexico, Frank attended UNM School of Law and graduated with honors in 2012. During law school, he served as a Manuscript Editor for the New Mexico Law Review. Frank received the A. H. McLeod Award, recognizing skill and excellence in advocacy, and was awarded Outstanding 3L by the Mexican American Law Student Association. He won the New Mexico Court of Appeals Appellate Advocacy Tournament and was a member of the mock trial team. In addition, Frank served as a teaching assistant for the legal writing class and as the student representative for the Admissions Committee.