Leading global law firm Baker McKenzie has 62 practice areas and 131 lawyers recognized in the recently published edition of Chambers Latin America.
Fourteen practice areas were ranked this year in Mexico, with 10 in the coveted Band 1 and Band 2 categories. This honor underscores the Firm's dedication to providing exceptional legal services to clients across the region, especially assisting in complex matters, which involve multiple jurisdictions.
Baker McKenzie has earned Band 1 rankings in the following areas:
- General Business Law: Monterrey
- International Trade/WTO
- Life Sciences
The Firm earned Band 2 rankings in the following areas:
- Energy & Natural Resources
- General Business Law: Guadalajara
- Labor & Employment
- Real Estate
- Tax: Controversy
- TMT (Telecoms, Media, Technology
In addition, Jose Hoyos, Javiera Medina, Ulises Castilla and Carlos Vela received a promotion in their rankings, Jorge Narváez received the newly ranked for Tax - Controversy (Band 4) and Javier Navarro, Benjamín Torres, Federico Ruanova, and Christian Lopez Silva received Band 1 again this year. You can found the Firm’s full Latin America rankings here.
"We can't be happier for this recognition and thankful for our clients’ support after these hard times", said Raymundo Enriquez, Managing Partner of Baker McKenzie's Mexico office. "I would like to congratulate everyone for this year's recognition, and the hard work and commitment reflected."
For more information about our work in Mexico, visit https://www.bakermckenzie.com/en/locations/latin-america/mexico