President of the Suárez Law Group P.A. Former President of the Puerto Rican Bar Association of Florida Inc.
An adjunct Professor at Barry University School of Law since 2001 teaching Legislation and Election Law. A former Military Intelligence Officer. He retired as captain with the 351 Psycological Operations Company in NYC.
He served as Legal councel to the NY State Assembly Puerto Rican / Hispanic Legislative caucus in 1998 honing skills as elections lawyer in NY.
In Florida, he was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 1999 after having serviced two terms with the judicial nominating commission for the 18th judicial distric appointed by GOV. Lawton Chiles and reappointed by GOV. Jeb Bush.
While in the legislature representative Suárez vote for the creation of Florida A&M School of Law in 2000.
Admitted to the State of New York and Florida as well as to several federal district courts around the nation. He has litigated several high profile criminal matters. Appointed a United States delegate to the Guatemala peach accords in 1996 by President Bill Clinton.
Suárez is known radio and television personality hosting his own radio show since 2001 and being an invite political commentator on several local stations.
Honor and Awards:
Distiguish Military Graduates US Army in 1974
Distinguish Service award, By Black and Puerto Rican Legislative Caucus 1986
Legislator of the year by the Classroom Teachers Association of Florida in 1999
Attorney of the year awarded by "The Paoli Awards"2006
Citizens Award by Central Florida State Legislators, 2015
Bussiness of the year awarded by Mayor Ed Knoch NYC 1989
Honored Cotizen by City of Orlando awarded by City Council Women Daysi Lynum 1999
Distinguush Floridian Award, Congressman Bill Posey 2015
Currently owner and operator of the Suárez Group: Suárez Realty, Suárez Mortgage Services and Suárez Law Group.
Chairperson and CEO of the Legal Services Clinic of the Puerto Rican Bar Association, Inc. a non-Profit legal services law firm.
Fordham University, New York , B.A. 1974
St. Johns law School, New York, New York, J.D. 1977
Jacksonville State University, Toward MPA, 1978