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Guillermo Aldana

Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C.

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Guillermo Aldana is partner at Basham, Ringe y Correa in litigation and arbitration practice. He handles complex and high-stake international and domestic arbitration cases. Acts in arbitration as both a party representative and an arbitrator.

He has been speaker in several corporate and professional forums in México and abroad; he has prepared proposal for bills and has written several articles in dispute prevention and resolutions. 

Head of Arbitration Bajío Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce. He is member of the London Court of International Arbitration, the Mexican Bar Association, the Mexican Arbitration Center (CAM) and of the National Association of Corporate Lawyers (ANADE).

Graduated of the Law School from the Universidad La Salle in 1995 and obtained his master’s degree in dispute prevention and resolution from the Westminster University, London UK in 2010; a master’s degree in corporate law from the Universidad Anahuac in 2008; major in civil and commercial procedure at the Universidad Panamericana in 2005 and major in obligations and contracts from the Escuela Libre de Derecho in 1999.

He also obtained several postgraduate diplomas in contracts from the Universidad Anáhuac, Queretaro (2011); arbitration ICC in the Stock Market, London, UK (2009); School for Summer Georgetown University, USA (2004–2005); international commercial arbitration at the Escuela Libre de Derecho (2000) and defences and dispute resolution from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (1999).

Professor of undergraduate programme at the Universidad Anahuac Querétaro: Modules; General Law of Obligations and Comparative Law. In master’s programmes he is professor in commercial insolvency proceedings.

He is also professor of master’s programmes at the Universidad Panamericana in Aguascalientes and Guadalajara where he is teaching the alternate proceedings for dispute resolution.

He has been professor of bachelor’s degree in Theory of Proceedings at the Universidad Iberoamericana (2004) in Mexico City and professor of postgraduate programmes at the Universidad de Estudios de Postgrado en Derecho (2003).