Ph. D. Luis Reynaldo Vera Morales.
Luis Vera Morales. A pioneer in Mexican Environmental law and practice, V&A founding partner. Luis Vera received his law degree from the Escuela Libre de Derecho (ELD) in Mexico City. The Universidad Panamericana (UP) awarded him a post-graduate certificate in Economic and Corporate Law. As a Fulbright Scholar and Ford MacArthur Scholar, he studied at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA, culminating in a Master of Laws degree with honors in Environmental and Energy Law.
Lic. Alejandro Aldana Galbán
J.D. graduate from the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM), where he also received a postgraduate degree. He holds several postgraduate degrees related to International Comparative Law from Ryerson University (Canada) and to environmental crimes from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (USA) and the University of Texas (USA).
Mtra. María Cristina Hernández
Graduated in Law from the Law School of the National Bar Association, as a collaborator of the British Embassy in Mexico, she studied a course given by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom entitled: “Programming and Management of Projects in the Political Context” , in London. He has a diploma in International Environmental Law issued by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR, for its acronym in English) in Geneva, Switzerland and a diploma on Social Impact Assessment and Consultation by the Latin American Faculty of Sciences Social (FLACSO).
Lic. Genaro García