American Bar Association
Mexico Committee

Mexico Committee

About the Committee

The Mexico Committee grows its membership through attraction, rather than promotion. It is a vibrant committee that actively sponsors programs, interactive discussion, and sound policy on developments in Mexican, US, and other foreign law relevant to its members and the country. The comprehensive primary practice areas of our members include: foreign investment, corporate, M&A, dispute resolution, energy and natural resources, real estate, antitrust, criminal, rule of law, Immigraton, human rights, tourism, international trade, tax, data privacy and many others. The Committee, anchored by eight City Coordinators located across Mexico and the US and the recently incorporated San Diego-Tijuana City Chapter, contributes to the annual year in review publication and publishes a quarterly newsletter in partnership with leading Mexican law faculty.

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An important aspect of the Section of International Law is its role in commenting on proposed laws of foreign jurisdictions. Most recently, the Section of International collaborated with the Section of Antitrust Law to comment on proposed regulatory provisions implementing the Mexican Federal Competition Law in response to a request from Mexican Competition Commission.

Please scroll to the "Sites of Interest" field on the right side of this webpage to view the sections' response.

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Alva, Rene
Burns, Susan
Rosen, Benjamin


Hansen, Timothy
Juarez, Melina
Maldonado, Antonio
Nava, Laura
Nieto, Andres
Perez-Delgado, Luis
Saccani, Zel
Suarez, Alejandro

Committee Roster  

Committee Newsletter and Year in Review

Publications and Upcoming Programs

Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    International Law Weekend 2016


    The event will be held on 10/27/2016. The format is In-Person. The event sponsor(s) are Section of International Law. The event has 0.00 CLE Credits .

    Recent Initiatives by the U.S. Government to Combat Forced Labor Practices


    In-Person event at: Sidley Austin 1500 K St NW Washington, DC Teleconference option available! According to the International Labor Organization, forced labor, including human trafficking, in the private economy accounts for $150 billion in illegal profits each year, and the Department of States ...

    2016 Americas Forum - Bogota

    Hilton Bogota

    Our Early Bird Registration Deadline has been extended until October 17th. Register today to lock in lower rates and don't forget to reserve your room. The hotel booking deadline is also October

Sites of Interest

Working Groups

Mexico Committee Criminal Reform Working Group Mexico Committee Competition and Antitrust Law

Modified by Alexandra Franco on June 25, 2016

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