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Maldonado Myers LLP is a premier cross-border law firm with lawyers licensed to practice in both the United States and Mexico.We offer represent clients in the following practice areas: US-Mexico crossborder business litigation and arbitration, US-Mexico crossborder probate, obtaining evidence in Mexico for use in US-based litigation, enforcement of US judgments and arbitral awards in Mexico, Mexico litigation and Mexico real estate transactions

Alexis J. Meraz

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Alexis J. Meraz

Licensed to practice law in Mexico and trained as a paralegal in the US, Alexis forms part of our firm’s crossborder business transactions and crossborder disputes practices. Alexis has extensive experience in federal transportation regulatory matters in Mexico. She was a student intern and then an associate attorney at our predecessor firm, Maldonado & Markham, LLP, prior to the formation of Maldonado Law Group PC.  

She is bilingual in English and Spanish with complete fluency in the legal systems of both the United States and Mexico. Alexis earned a Licenciatura en Derecho (LL.B.) degree from the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC), to which she has since returned as an adjunct professor teaching a course on Legal English to law school students.  She also earned a Paralegal Certificate from Southwestern College in San Diego, California.