Hogan Lovells promotes 2 partners in Mexico

Global law firm Hogan Lovells has announced the promotion of two lawyers to partner in Mexico, as part of a promotion of 28 lawyers to partner in 16 of the firm’s 45 offices across all of the firm’s regions, which span the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Posted lundi, janvier 8 2024
Hogan Lovells promotes 2 partners in Mexico

Alan Ramírez Casazza and Cecilia Stahlhut Espinosa

The new partners in Mexico City are  Alan Ramírez Casazza and Cecilia Stahlhut Espinosa.

“In order to maintain Hogan Lovells' commitment to enhance and drive the development of the antitrust practice, we are proud to announce that Alan Ramirez Casazza has been named partner of our firm effective January 1, 2024,” the firm said.

“Alan is one of 28 partners worldwide who will continue to contribute to the firm's culture, growth and success. This appointment is a recognition of Alan's hard work, perseverance, talent and teamwork,” the firm added.

With this appointment, Hogan Lovells expands and strengthens its antitrust practice in Mexico and Latin America and expands its ability to offer innovative and effective solutions to our clients in the region.

Regarding Cecilia’s promotion to partner in the firm's life science practice, the firm said “her work and years of experience as an external advisor to many life science companies have provided a unique insight into the industry”.

“This move is a representation of today's advancement in diversity as she becomes the first woman in Mexico to be appointed as a life science partner in a law firm.”

Speaking on the promotions, Hogan Lovells’ CEO Miguel Zaldivar said: "I am so pleased to welcome this tremendous group of talented lawyers to our partnership. Clients turn to us for their most complex, high-stakes work across our practices and sectors, and ensuring that we are promoting the next generation of talent is crucial to maintaining the exceptional legal services for which we are recognized around the world. Our newly promoted lawyers reflect our ambitious and supportive culture, and I am delighted to congratulate and thank them for their contributions and commitment to our continued success.”

“It’s particularly encouraging to see that in the UK and U.S. more than a third of this year’s group of new partners and 20% of the newly promoted counsel identify as racially or ethnically diverse. Globally, women comprise 43% of our new partner group. This is in addition to an encouraging pipeline of talent underlining our continued commitment to the recruitment, retention, and advancement of diverse talent.”