Texas Personal Injury Lawyer
Tamer Abouras grew up in Williamstown, New Jersey. The first in his family to attend and graduate from law school, Tamer also holds an associate’s degree from Gloucester County College (now Rowan College of South Jersey) and graduated summa cum laude from Rowan University with a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2014.
After graduating from college, Tamer spent the next four years working primarily as a writer and editor. Tamer felt drawn toward law school during a stint working with homeless men and women at the
Atlantic City Rescue Mission, eventually moving across the country in 2018 to attend Baylor Law School.
In law school, Tamer participated in Baylor Law’s Veterans, Estate Planning, Immigration, and Trial Advocacy clinics. Tamer was awarded the 2021 Bill Kimble Service Award and graduated as a Public
Interest Fellow after volunteering over 225 hours and completing the requisite public interest coursework during his time in law school. Tamer also was a member of Baylor’s Barrister Society and
represented Baylor Law as a member of the Interscholastic Moot Court Team, Baylor’s Sports Law Negotiation Team, and Baylor’s Transactional Law Team, winning Best Buyer Draft & Markup and Best Buyer Negotiation at the 2021 Duke Transactional Law Competition. Tamer served in leadership roles in the Student Bar Association as Class Secretary during his 2L and 3L year and as Secretary of Baylor Public Interest Law Society.
After graduating from Baylor in May 2021, Tamer moved to Longview with his wife, Rachel, and joined the Sloan Firm. Tamer is excited to start his legal career serving East Texans. He is a member of the
Texas Trial Lawyers Association and attends New Covenant Church in Longview. When not practicing law, Tamer enjoys cycling and spending time with his wife and their two Goldendoodles, Linus and Carl.