Chambers Latin America Guide
Latin America Rankings
Chambers Latin America 2024 e-Edition available to download.
Find the top Lawyer and Law Firms across Latin America 2024 in our e-Edition, now available to download per chapter.
Chambers Latin America 2024 Webinar
Watch the guide launch webinar and discover key findings from this year's research and learn what is new on this release of the guide.
About the Chambers Latin America Legal Guide 2024
Welcome to the Chambers Latin America Guide 2024. Search the top legal talent in Latin America using the search functionality above.
Chambers Latin America ranks and reviews the best law firms and lawyers across the region, offering indispensable market-leading insights for those looking to discover the most suitable providers of legal help when it really matters.
The rankings for the guide are based on the in-depth research our dedicated team of researchers conduct throughout the year, all designed to help individuals make informed decisions when purchasing legal services.
Law firms of all sizes across key practice areas are covered in our legal rankings.
For a look at our methodology and submission process, please visit our methodology page here.
Chambers Latin America Guide 2025 Submissions
Submissions for the Chambers Latin America 2025 Guide are now open, you can view the full schedule here.
For the 2025 guide, we are delighted to announce we will have 5 new sections: Peru: Consumer Law, Chile: Compliance, Chile: Shipping, Mexico: Dispute Resolution: White-Collar Crime and Mexico: General Business Law – Queretaro.
Keep up to date with all of your relevant submission deadlines throughout the year and get personalised submission reminders in your calendar here.
Watch our From Submission to Ranking webinar to learn more about this year's upcoming research and best practices for submissions.
Chambers Latin America Guide 2024: Highlights
Gender Diversity in Latin America 2024
We strive to work with law firms to ensure that diversity and inclusion play an important role in their organisations. Our vision is a world where important legal matters are always addressed with the best intelligence and professional expertise, wherever it exists.
Diversity and inclusion are at the heart of our company values, which is why we are pleased to report that progress has been made in improving the number and relative proportion of women ranked in Chambers Latin America.
of unique ranked lawyers are women
Key jurisdictional highlights
• Dominican Republic: the most equal jurisdiction in terms of unique ranked women and individual rankings awarded to women.
• Of the largest economies in Latin America, Peru and Colombia are the strongest performers in terms of diversity and inclusion.
• Chile and Mexico show the greatest room for improvement in diversity and inclusion when analysing the percentages of ranked women and individual rankings awarded to women. Having said this, on raw numbers, the picture is more encouraging.
Chambers Latin America 2024: Summary
Unique ranked firms
Total departmental rankings awarded
Unique ranked individuals
Jurisdictions covered in Chambers Latin America 2024
Chambers Latin America covers a total of 19 jurisdictions, spanning Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, as well as all Spanish-speaking countries in South America. We also provide coverage through our Central America-wide and International Counsel sections.
Latin American jurisdictions covered including Cuba and Puerto Rico
1 Regional section
1 International section
Practice areas covered
Chambers Latin America 2024 Submissions
We are pleased to report an increase in the number of submissions and referees this cycle.
The Chambers Latin America 2024 in-depth research ran from September 2022 to May 2023.
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Diversity and Inclusion statement
Read our statement to learn about how we have worked to ensure diversity is a key factor when conducting research for our rankings and the positive stats we have seen in this release of our legal rankings.
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About our Legal Rankings
To provide GCs, In-house Counsel and other law firm clients with the most detailed analysis of the best law firms in Latin America, our Research Analysts speak to clients/referees to hear of first-hand experiences working with submitting law firms, allowing our coverage of these top law firms and lawyers to reflect the market.
In our 2024 rankings, we showcase the top legal talent in Latin America across many practice areas including employment law, business law and more.
To learn more about our methodology into our research and rankings click here.
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