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Jeanett Trad Nacif
Environment and Natural Resources
The evolution of environmental law in Mexico requires both local and foreign clients to stay focused on understanding, and complying with, new regulations. Jeanett Trad Nacif provides these clients with pragmatic, business-centered advice on a range of environmental issues, both from a general compliance and litigation perspective, as well as for specific transactional matters.
Jeanett helps clients identify and deal with issues related to environmental impact and risk, waste management, exploitation of national waters, and aspects related to waste water discharges, air emissions, climate change, and renewable energy. She is attuned to the needs of companies in industries including chemical, pharmaceutical, electronics, energy, infrastructure, and real estate. She also assists clients with due diligence matters for local and cross-border transactions.
Jeanett began her professional career at Hogan Lovells while studying at law school at Universidad Iberoamericana. She later earned an LL.M. at University of California Berkeley School of Law, which has further honed her ability to handle the application of international guidelines and regulations for foreign companies. Jeanett teaches law at Universidad Iberoamericana, and writes and presents on environmental issues as a member of the Center of Legal and Environmental Studies.
Ilustre y Nacional Colegio de Abogados de México, A.C.; Head of the Environmental Law Commission.contributor, Derecho Ambiental y Ecología of the Centro de Estudios Jurídicos y Ambientales, A.C.
Law degree, Universidad Iberoamericana, 2006;
M.A., University of California, Berkeley, CONACYT scholarship