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Benjamín Pérez Gutiérrez

Mexico City

Benjamín Pérez Gutiérrez

Benjamín Pérez Gutiérrez, an associate in the Mexico City office, focuses his practice on civil and commercial litigation, with particular emphasis on the constitutional process ("amparo" proceedings). He also handles agrarian disputes in connection with the New Mexican Energy Reform. He has a Masters in Financial Law and a Masters in Constitutional Proceedings, both from the Universidad Panamericana.

Benjamín joined Hogan Lovells BSTL in 2014 after several years of running his own firm. He handles complex issues, including hard-pressing negotiations, and finds viable, creative, and efficient solutions for clients.

Education and admissions


  • Master in Financial Law, Universidad Panamericana, 2015
  • Master in Constitutional ("amparo") Proceedings, Universidad Panamericana, 2011
  • Graduate Studies in Civil and Commercial Law, Universidad Panamericana, 2007

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • Mexico
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