Latin America Practice

Latham & Watkins’ Latin America Practice lawyers combine deep insight into legal and commercial markets throughout Latin America with the global view of the firm’s worldwide platform.

Why Latham

Local Knowledge, Global Reach

Latham’s Latin America Practice helps clients navigate some of the largest and most sophisticated business transactions in the region. The firm’s lawyers combine a deep understanding of the key issues, risks, and business drivers affecting deals in jurisdictions throughout Latin America with Latham’s global platform to seamlessly address clients’ business needs. Clients facing increasingly complex international disputes also turn to Latham for winning strategies and seamless service to prepare for arbitration, resolve high-value issues, and advise on enforcement actions.

Latham’s Latin America Practice garners consistent praise from the major industry league tables, and is regularly ranked as one of the top international practices in Latin America by publications such as LatinFinance, IFLR, The Legal 500, Latin Lawyer, Latinvex, and others. 

Comprehensive Scope of Services 

Latham’s Latin America Practice lawyers, many of whom are fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, provide comprehensive international advice across the firm’s global practice areas, including:

Industry Prowess

Members of the Latin America Practice integrate substantive legal expertise with comprehensive industry knowledge to address client needs across the core sectors of the region, including.

Awards & Rankings

  • Project Finance Practice Advises on Three Deals of the Year - January 18, 2018
  • Latham Advises on Three Deals of the Year in Latin America - January 17, 2018
  • Latham Again Ranks as a Top Innovator - December 17, 2017
  • Partners Named Among Most Influential Minority Lawyers in Chicago - December 14, 2017
  • Latham Ranked Among Top Five International Law Firms in Latin America and #1 for Energy - August 23, 2017

“Latham has once more been named a recommended international firm for work in Latin America.” “The firms in this list are those who have recognised reputations in their field, with a stable of highly-experienced and qualified practitioners.”
Latin Lawyer 250 2017

Media Coverage

Latin America Sees IPO BoomLatham Steers Mexican Energy SPAC's Landmark $650M IPO40 Under 40: Roderick Branch


Project Finance Practice Advises on Three Deals of the YearLatham Advises on Three Deals of the Year in Latin America Latham Again Ranks as a Top Innovator

Thought Leadership

LATIN LAWYER Reference - Merger Control 2018 - IntroductionCuba & Trump: What the Changes MeanMerger Control 2016 - Introduction