Rojas graduated from La Interamericana Law School of Puerto Rico in 2003.He started his career working for Cordero, Cordero & Asociados, where he was an active litigant in hundreds of cases for Workman's Compensation in Puerto Rico. After 2 years of experience, he became a Public Defender for several years, in which he fought day in and, day out so that the wheels of Justice and the rights of the accused wouldn't be derailed.
Soon after leaving the Public Defender's Office, he started his private practice specializing in criminal cases, until he migrated to the U.S.A. in 2017. On August 19, 2019, he joined The Manuel Solís Law where he continuous to gain experience in Immigration Law. He loves the beach, music and, reading.