Claudia Patricia Juárez
has been part of Galindo, Arias & López since 2012, and began her private practice as an associate lawyer in 2015. She has focused her work on regulatory matters, primarily related to international trade and aviation. Recently, she has represented clients’ interests in Panama’s negotiations of a Free Trade Agreement with South Korea, and in Panama’s process of economic integration with the rest of Central America through the Secretariat of Central American Economic Integration (SIECA). She has contributed articles for several legal publications regarding customs and aviation topics. Clauidia has a Master of Laws in Admiralty degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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