Mexican law firm Soledad & Carrasco launches

Mexican law firm Soledad & Carrasco has announced its launch, founded by partners Jesús Manuel Soledad Terrazas and Gerardo Carrasco Chávez.

Posted Friday, September 10th 2021
Mexican law firm Soledad & Carrasco launches

The two partners announced that they have combined their knowhow and experience to launch the firm, which specializes in constitutional and administrative litigation, injunction proceedings, anti-corruption law, strategic litigation, telecommunications law and antitrust.

Prior to launching the firm, the two founding partners had notched up a wealth of experience at other firms and as professors in their respective fields.

Jesús Manuel Soledad Terrazas was a partner at law firm Facha y Soledad from 2016-21, and prior to that held the position of partner at law firm López Melih, Facha & Estrada.

He is a law graduate of the Escuela Libre de Derecho, and is a founding director of strategic litigation at civil association Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad.

For his part, co-founding partner Gerardo Carrasco Chávez is a professor in anti-corruption practices at the Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City, and is the legal director of Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad.

Between 2013-16 he worked as an associate for law firm White & Case, and prior to that at Hogan Lovells.

He holds a master’s degree in financial law from the Universidad Panamericana and is also a law graduate of the Escuela Libre de Derecho.

The new firm’s founding partners are complemented in their work and expertise by two associates,