News 23 Sep. 2022

Curtis Recognized by Latin Lawyer 250 (2023)

Curtis has been recognized as a leading Latin American practice in the Latin American region by the well regarded Latin Lawyer publication in its latest edition.

The firm is named as a “Recommended” international practice in the 2023 edition of Latin Lawyer 250, reflecting the firm’s burgeoning practice across the continent and the increased volume of work in recent years.

The research underpinning the recommendation was undertaken last fall, and included client feedback. The publication is part of the Law Business Research brand, which includes Global Arbitration Review.

The Latin Lawyer 250 list recognizes leading domestic and international law practices in the Latin American region. For more information, visit

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