• Registering and Enforcing Security Interests. A Comparative Analysis of Between Mexican and American Law.

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(I am a Mexican lawyer graduated from Universidad La Salle Noroeste (2005) and an International Trade and Business Law, LL.M. from the University of Arizona (2009), which I studied under a CONACYT scholarship. I am currently working as a Legal Manager in the Litigation Department of AXA Seguros, in Guadalajara, MX.)


Registering and Enforcing Security Interests: A Comparative Analysis Between Mexican and American Law, is my Thesis submitted to the faculty of the James E. Rogers, College of Law, at The University of Arizona, as a requirement for the degree of Masters of Laws in International Trade Law. Part of this work was selected by faculty of the College of Law to be presented at the North American Consortium for Legal Education student working competition, in Mexico City, on October 2009.

MATERIA: secured transactions