Collaborating with global law firm Hogan Lovells
PSYDEH is pleased to receive legal support from Hogan Lovells, Mexico City, through TrustLaw, the pro bono program of the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2020. The outstanding support we’ve been given is led by attorney Lila Alejandra Gasca Enríquez and her team: José Carlos Altamirano Cano, Tayde Bautista Lozano, Marcelo J. Garza G., Rocío Sánchez Arriola-Luna, Dulce S. Vega, Vanessa Vessi.
Hogan Lovells has advised PSYDEH on various matters related to the areas of migration, taxation, the authorized donation regime, and money laundering prevention. In this regard, Jorge Echeverría, general coordinator of PSYDEH, states:
“Working with Lila and her team, José Carlos, Marcelo, Rocío, Vanessa, Tayde and Dulce means having the support of a professional, skilled, reliable, and proactive team. Thanks to them, we have found legal solutions. Hogan Lovells is a solid firm committed to pro bono work and Lila and her team has demonstrated this fact. They are a great ally and have given their valuable support to the Psicología y Derechos Humanos PSYDEH A.C. team.”
To learn more about PSYDEH’s collaboration with Hogan Lovells, click HERE.
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