Regional firms also dominate the Nicaraguan chapter of the Latin Lawyer 250. Here, two firms compete for the top spot in terms of headcount: Consortium Legal (Nicaragua) and García & Bodán (Nicaragua). They both have almost double the number of lawyers of their nearest rivals.
Latin Lawyer continues its overview of the region’s leading business law firms in Latin America, as analysed in the 17th edition of Latin Lawyer 250, with a look at Nicaragua.
Although the country’s economy is not the region’s largest, the Nicaraguan legal market saw an active 2013, with a number of cross-border hires and law firm acquisitions, both inbound and outbound.
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.
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Latin Lawyer continues its regional analysis following the publication of the 15th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 with a look at Nicaragua.
Latin Lawyer continues its regional analysis following the publication of the 14th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 with a look at changes in the legal market in Nicaragua.
Two meetings of law firm leaders and general counsel in Panama City reveal different perspectives on the regionalisation of the Central American zone
Global law firm association Lex Mundi has admitted Arias, Fábrega & Fábrega as its exclusive member firm for Panama.
Central America is on the cusp of a type of international integration unseen anywhere else in the region - but with such clear political and economic differences between the countries, how real is this integration? We convened a roundtable of the region's law firm managing partners to help us find out