Laura Bueno’s Intervention at the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference Los Cabos, March 2014:

“As our feature presenter, the committee selected attorney Laura Bueno (seen in photo between Christopher Lage and Matthew Marca), a partner at Bufete Troncoso in Los Cabos, specializing primarily in representing real estate developers and investors. After starting her career as a paralegal and becoming one of the first female junior partners at a firm in Mexico City, Ms. Bueno and her attorney husband came to Los Cabos to found their own firm along with two other partners. The firm is now the largest in Baja California Sur, with Ms. Bueno functioning as managing partner while parenting two young children.”  Read More Here  &  Watch Video



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