Baker McKenzie made official the appointment of José Larroque as the next Managing Partner of the Firm in Mexico. Larroque will occupy the position that had been represented by Raymundo Enríquez, who will remain within the Firm as a member of the steering committee.

"José's track record and leadership speak for themselves, and he fills us with confidence in his fantastic and professional work," said Colin Murray, North America Chief Executive Officer. "He is highly respected by his colleagues and clients, and will be an exceptional Managing Partner for our five offices in Mexico, as we continue to provide industry-leading service during this period of economic and political change in the country." 

Baker McKenzie has more than 260 lawyers in Mexico City, Ciudad Juárez, Guadalajara, Monterrey and Tijuana, who provide strategic advice to national and multinational companies to promote their growth and manage risks.

"Baker McKenzie's presence in Mexico spans more than 60 years and continues to be the largest and most recognized Law Firm in the country, which is why I am honored to serve as the next Managing Partner for Mexico, where my main objective is to work hand in hand with the great team of Partners in Mexico and the rest of North America to continue helping our clients navigate a changing, complex and demanding market," said Larroque.

José Larroque has been president of the Real Estate Practice Group for Latin America and Mexico. He has received several recognitions as a leader in his field, highlighted by the publication Chambers Latin America in his area, and is also a founding partner of the International Community Foundation, a member of the Council of Advisors for Baja California of the San Diego Union Tribune, a member of the Board of Supervisors from the University of California at San Diego and a founding member of the Tijuana School for Parents Board.

José studied law at the Universidad Iberoamericana, in addition to a master's degree in law from Columbia University in New York.
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