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Bolivian law firm Indacochea & Asociados promoted María José Martínez Mayser to a partner-level position.
“María José joined the firm 12 years ago as a legal assistant, and since then she has demonstrated exceptional commitment and great skills in her work,” the firm said in a statement. “Her dedication and effort have been recognized by clients, and we are thrilled that she is now part of our group of partners.”
María José became a senior associate at the firm in 2020, and during her time at the firm she has worked on challenging projects and has shown a great ability to lead and coordinate teams, the firm said.
She has focused on M&A, company restructuring, corporate law, project negotiation, intellectual property, corporate strategy and agribusiness, among other areas.
“She has also been an incredible mentor to younger members of our team, helping them develop their business skills and grow in their roles,” the firm added.
María José studied the negotiation strategies program at New York University’s Stern School of Business, and she studied law at the Universidad Privada Santa Cruz de la Sierra, which awarded her a scholarship for academic excellence.
In addition, she is a member of the International Bar Association
Founded in 1991, Indacochea & Asociados, Abogados is one of Bolivia's largest and best-known law firms, offering a full range of services, with offices in Santa Cruz.
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