Surveys

Brazil: Forty under 40

30 June 2005

Our Under 40 series moves on to the largest and arguably most diverse market in Latin America: Brazil. Who are the leading lights and upcoming stars? We spoke to clients, colleagues and lawyers from around the world to find out, and have profiled the finalists. Click to find out who will be leading the next generation in Brazil.

CAFTA's Leading Lights

01 December 2004

In the wake of negotiations for the free trade agreement with the US, Latin Lawyer’s Under 40 series moves on to Central America. We asked practitioners and clients worldwide to choose the top young lawyers. They are profiled here in their own words, and those of peers and clients.

Colombia: 20 under 40

01 June 2004

Tempestuous as its modern history may have been, Colombia has still produced top legal talent in every generation, many of whom have had success on the world legal stage as well as on their home turf. The new generation is no different, as Latin Lawyer’s Under 40 survey shows. Practitioners and clients worldwide chose the best and brightest of the next generation, and here they are profiled in their own words, and those of peers and clients.

Chile: 20 under 40

27 October 2003

Sophisticated, modern and internationalist, Chile has a highly developed legal market, with several established firms. Although senior attorneys tend to be younger than elsewhere in the region, there is still an impressive range of talent in the next generation. Latin Lawyer’s Under 40 identifies the country’s upcoming young lawyers, profiled here in their own words and those of peers and clients.

Venezuela: 25 under 40

02 August 2003

Latin Lawyer’s Under 40 series looks to Venezuela, where despite the political issues, some of the region’s finest lawyers are still managing to garner impressive international attention. We asked practitioners and clients worldwide to choose the top young lawyers. Click through to view the profiles of those who made the final cut.

Argentina: Forty under 40

27 June 2003

Though Argentina has suffered an economic crisis, its legal market is far from beleaguered. Thriving on the challenges that the recent climate has provided, clients and international colleagues agree that recent deals and transactions have allowed an array of young talent to shine through, as seen in Latin Lawyer’s 40 under 40 survey. Practitioners and clients told us who had impressed them, and they are profiled here in their own words and those of peers and clients.

Young Guns

01 March 2003

The biggest market in Latin America in terms of GDP, Mexico is undoubtedly important, and its legal market is one of the most diverse in the region. Latin Lawyer’s Under 40 survey introduces you to the younger generation of Mexican lawyers, profiled here in their own words and those of peers and clients.