Practice areas: International Trade & Business Law
Brenda Miranda has been part of the VTZ team in Mexico City since October 2022. Prior to joining VTZ, our young associate worked in the administrative and accounting area of the National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence Against Women at the Mexican Ministry of the Interior.
Subsequently, she worked as an intern in a boutique firm in the area of litigation and consulting in Tax and Customs Law. After that, she worked in a Notary Public’s office in Mexico City, where she was responsible for the review of deeds and customer service.
During her studies, our young associate was a scholar of the Academic Excellence Program of the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice. This distinction is only awarded to the 100 best students of each generation of her school. She was also a research assistant at the Institute of Legal Research of the UNAM in the areas of antitrust, commercial law and consumer rights.
In January 2023, Brenda Miranda served as coach of the winning team of the 20th edition of the Moot Mexico. This competition consisted of the simulation of an investor – State arbitration before the Centro de Arbitraje de México (CAM).
At the end of 2021, our young associate represented her university in the 5th edition of the UP-ICC Mexico Moot on international commercial arbitration, organized by the International Chamber of Commerce Mexico. In this edition, her team won first place in the competition, as well as the prize for the best written.
Law Degree, Law School of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)