• What It's Like To Work At Gardere
  • Laterals

    Joining Gardere has been a very good decision – both for my clients as well as my personal practice. In the last several years, the Firm has methodically built upon and complimented its tenured group of lawyers possessing years of experience in structuring and implementing cross-border projects by bringing in international tax, trade compliance, and complex dispute resolution, including arbitration and litigation expertise. The depth of multidisciplinary expertise available within Gardere promotes a holistic approach for clients entering foreign markets or facing complex issues arising out of their foreign operations, and allows for efficiency in the delivery of our services. From a personal standpoint, I have also found my new colleagues to be warm, generous, and welcoming; it’s a pleasure to practice law in this environment.

  • Law Students
  • Administrative Professionals

    I am very happy and excited to be part of the Gardere Team. I am enjoying the new challenges that I am facing. I have reached goals and objectives that I had never thought I could reach since we are in Mexico City. I value the team I work with very much. We have obtained a very important achievement as a firm in Mexico, and I am proud to say that I have made new friends in the U.S. I look forward to continue working with my new team in the U.S., and I am honored that they have made Mexico part of their family.

    Lourdes Aguirre, Administrative Assistant, Mexico City


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