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BLP Legal promotes partner in Costa Rica
Central American law firm BLP has announced the promotion of Alejandro Rojas to partner.
Rojas, who previously served as special counsel at the firm in its San José, Costa Rica office, has more than 25 years of experience in criminal law, having served as deputy director of the Costa Rica Public Prosecutor’s Office for 12 years.
He currently specializes in white-collar crime, providing invaluable information and advice to clients on complex legal matters, including compliance and corporate investigations.
On policy matters, he has worked with various international organizations, including UNICEF, USAID, PANIAMOR, MarViva, and the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights, among others.
He has developed practical manuals and policy proposals on human rights. In addition, Rojas is a leading academic in criminal law and has served as a university professor at institutions such as the University of Costa Rica, the International University of the Americas, the National University of Costa Rica and the Judicial School of Costa Rica.
He has also conducted training programs for prosecutors, attorneys, judges and experts in a number of Latin American countries, including Mexico, Panama, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic and Costa Rica.
"We are delighted to announce the promotion of Alejandro Rojas to Partner," Mauricio Salas, head of litigation at BLP, said. "His experience, dedication and strong personal values have been invaluable to the success of our firm. We have great confidence in his continued leadership and he will continue to contribute to our firm in his new role as a partner.
As a partner at the firm, Rojas will continue to provide exceptional legal service and counsel to clients and will play an integral role in BLP's continued growth and success.
In addition toSan José, BLP Legal also has offices in Puntarenas and Guanacaste, Costa Rica, and Guatemala City, Managua, San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa in Honduras, and in San Salvador and Madrid.
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