Adrián oversees Harris Bricken’s Mexico practice, where he helps companies on US-Mexico cross border legal matters, including cannabis law matters, Latin American and European companies on China and International Law issues, and local companies with international and domestic business transactions. Adrian is also an integral part of our Latin America desk and a regular contributor to the award-winning China Law and Canna Law blogs. In addition to his work at Harris Bricken, Adrián also teaches law and business at Universidad Anáhuac, one of Mexico’s most prestigious universities and heads up an international consultancy for SMEs and governments looking to set up and operate effectively in Mexico or Asia.
Adrián studied Law at Panamericana University in Mexico City and later earned a Master’s degree in International and Chinese Law at Wuhan University, where he graduated with “Excellence”, and a Doctor of Laws degree with specialization courses in Chinese Law at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where he received an “Excellent International Postgraduate Student Award.” He then became the first Mexican attorney to earn a Doctor’s degree in Law in China.
Before joining Harris Bricken, Adrián was a house-lawyer for a leading European hotel and real estate development company.
In his spare time, Adrián enjoys spending time with his family, teaching, visiting museums and historical sites, working on his languages, and enjoying the natural beauty of the Riviera Maya.