David Enríquez joined the firm in 2000. He specialises in maritime law; energy law; transportation law; seaport regulation; public bids; international commercial contracts; dumping and competition law. Head of the maritime and offshore energy law practice group.
Education: LLB Universidad Panamericana, Guadalajara (1997). LLM maritime law, Instituto Europeo de Estudios Marítimos, Gijón, Spain (1998). LLM maritime law, Southampton University, England (1999). PhD/SJD maritime law, Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City, Mexico (2002).
Diploma in international economic policy, London School of Economics, London, UK (2004).
Languages: Spanish, English.
Member: International Bar Association. Inter-American Bar Association. The Ibero-American Institute of Maritime Law.
Featured: Law lecturer at ITAM (2007–2014). National Research Fellow SNI-CONACYT (2004–2014). Head of the Mexican delegation before IMO, UNCITRAL and other international organisations related to the shipping industry (2004–2005). Author of numerous articles and nine books on maritime law, international economic law and energy law published by Porrúa, UNAM, Oxford University Press and Foreign Affairs, among others.
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