All four Affinitas’ member firms recognized as Elite Firms by Latin Lawyer Elite 2021

For the first time this year, the English publication, Latin Lawyer 250 presents leading Latin American law firms (and international firms visible in the region) ranking them in three distinct categories: Elite, Highly Recommended and Recommended, from research based on reported transactions and advice, in addition to their client relationships, and knowledge of Latin American markets.

Affinitas is delighted to share all four of its member firms are once again recognized as Elite Firm. No other international firm, network or alliance managed to achieve this result across the countries of the Pacific Alliance, which confirms, according to Latin Lawyer 250, its positioning, leadership and trajectory in the region.

The following is a summary of the characteristics that stand out in each of the Affinitas member firms:

  • Barros & Errázuriz (Chile) stands out as a “Full-service offer with transactional clout”. The publication also highlights 15 practice areas, reaffirming its position as one of the leading firms in its country.
  • Gómez-Pinzón (Colombia) was recognized as “Transactional leader with regional outlook”, for being a leader in transactional matters with regional outlook, with 19 recommended practice areas and an important recognition in Mergers & Acquisitions and Capital Markets transactions.
  • Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes (Mexico) was ranked as “Transactional excellence from full-service team”. This law firm has 16 recommended practice areas, and reaffirms its commitment to quality and responsiveness, which consolidates its position as one of the leading law firms in its country.
  • Miranda & Amado (Peru) was recognized as a “Dynamic Corporate Powerhouse”, for its leadership in transactional and non-transactional work. With 17 recognized practice areas, the firm emphasizes its focus on innovation and excellence.

The publication is the result of an annual survey conducted by Latin Lawyer’s editorial team and is elaborated with the objective of identifying the strengths and key players in the Latin American legal market. It is worth noting that the guide, present for more than 20 years, covers more than 18 countries in Latin America, the United States, Canada and Europe, thus guaranteeing a rigorous analysis of the current state of the legal market in the Latin American region.

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