Guillermo López Mirau is a foreign staff attorney in the Firm's Corporate Practice Group and the Latin America Practice Group.

Guillermo has experience in the private and public sectors. His practice involves corporate, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, private equity and venture capital, cross-border transactions, infrastructure projects and government contracts.

He has participated in complex deals involving institutional investors and sovereign actors in a variety of sectors, such as energy and natural resources, infrastructure and sovereign debt. These include the largest sovereign debt restructuring (Argentina) and public-private partnerships (PPP) in the region.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Guillermo served as acting Chief Justice of the Court of the City of Salta, Argentina, with jurisdiction over local business law and regulations. Before that, he acted as the Province of Salta’s Secretary of Government Planning, with a strong involvement in government contracts and investment projects. He also practiced in Bruchou, Fernandez Madero & Lombardi and in Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal, two of the leading law firms in Argentina.


Boston College - LL.M Candidate 2020, Business Law concentration
Catholic University of Buenos Aires – J.D., magna cum laude, 2005
College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium – MA European Administration & Law, "bien," 2008

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