Foreign investment fuels a huge amount of deal activity in Latin America, giving international firms, particularly those from the US and UK, a major role in transactions.
Latin Lawyer’s survey of foreign associate programmes looks at which international firms play host to the greatest number of Latin Americans and how the composition of these programmes and total intake has changed over time. Joe Rowley reports
With competition among international firms in Latin America hotting up, foreign associate programmes have never been more essential in helping firms forge strong, personal connections within Latin America’s legal community. Joe Rowley finds out how these connections are helping to win work and what firms are doing to maximise the advantages of having the region’s rising stars work in their offices
Any aspiring female lawyer looking for role models need look no further than here, where we profile some of the most inspirational women in the Latin American legal profession today. We encourage readers to consult the methodology used to compile these lists below.
Inspiring women in law
As Latin America’s focus begins to shift from the US to Asia, is Miami still an important regional hub? Anna-Helga Horrox spoke with some leading Miami lawyers to find out