Miguel Ángel Hernández Romo

Of Counsel, Litigation
Mexico City
Torre Esmeralda II
Blvd. Manuel A. Camacho No. 36-1802
Lomas de Chapultepec
Ciudad de Mexico 11000
t 011.52.55.5.284.8556 f 011.52.55.5.284.8569
mromo@gardere.com

Recognized, The Best Lawyers in Mexico
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds.,
Woodward/White, Inc.)

Miguel Ángel Hernández Romo is a litigation attorney that focuses his practice on specializing in civil, commercial, arbitration and bankruptcy proceedings. A professor and practitioner of law since 1961, Miguel is a former dean of his alma mater, Escuela Libre de Derecho, and a member of the American Law Institute where he was the chair and co-reporter for the Transnational Insolvency Project.  He has authored several articles on Mexican civil, commercial and procedural law. He is the only student to ever obtain the Emilio Rabasa award for a perfect score in each subject matter while attending law school.

Mr. Hernández Romo was named Leading Individual in litigation by Chambers and Partners in Latin America and in dispute resolution by Chambers and Partners Global. He has also been named Leading Lawyer by the Practical Law Company and appeared in the Who’s Who Legal Publication both in Litigation as well as in Insolvency and Restructuring.

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