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Maria Laura Bacigalupo joins Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi

Maria Laura Bacigalupo

Argentine law firm Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi has expanded its customs law and foreign trade department with the appointment of Maria Laura Bacigalupo as a partner.

Bacigalupo will work alongside Eduardo Mallea (partner in charge) to advise clients on matters relating to international trade and customs law.

Before joining the firm, Bacigalupo worked in the technical and customs valuation direction for the Argentina Ministry of Economy. Bacigalupo has also acted as an academic coordinator for the customs law specialisation at the National Government Lawyers’ school.

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