Uriel Druker was born and raised in Laredo, Texas. He graduated from United High School in 1996. While attending United High School, Uriel participated in the GT and AP programs and was a member of the National Honor Society. After graduating High School, Uriel attended the University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Following college graduation, Uriel worked at the State Capitol. That experience of working amongst lawmakers sparked Uriel’s interest in law. Uriel decided he wanted to study law, and was soon after accepted to St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio.
Upon receiving his law degree and license to practice law, Uriel returned to his home town and accepted a position as a prosecutor for the Webb County District Attorney’s Office. In a short time, Uriel worked his way up the ranks and was entrusted withprosecuting high profile cases. His successful track record quickly earned him his reputation as an effective trial attorney. Several cases Uriel prosecuted even made national headlines with recognized media syndicates such as CNN, Anderson Cooper 360 and Details (GQ) Magazine. After serving his community as a prosecutor, in 2010, Uriel started Druker Law Firm. Uriel focuses his time on helping individuals accused or under investigation of a crime, those injured in an accident caused by the negligence of others, and helping small businesses protect their assets. Uriel has served as Vice-President of the Webb County Bar Association, President of his Jewish Community Congregation AgudasAchim and as a Director of the Laredo Animal Protective Society.