Eduardo González focuses his practice on complex litigation matters. He serves as vice chair of the Mexico Committee of the American Bar Association International Law Section. Mr. González also contributes to the International Law Section’s The Year in Review publication and serves as editor of the Mexico Committee’s award-winning newsletter. He was previously a summer associate at WilmerHale.

Before joining the firm, Mr. González externed for the Honorable Nathaniel M. Gorton of the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts. While at Boston University School of Law, he was a student attorney and research assistant for the International Human Rights Clinic, where he drafted submissions to United Nations charter-based human rights bodies regarding migrant protections in Latin America. He also interned at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. in Boston, served as research assistant to Professor Nancy J. Moore, and was a lawyering fellow for the first-year writing program. 

Prior to attending law school, Mr. González was a litigation paralegal at another international law firm in New York.

Mr. González maintains an active pro bono practice, with a particular focus on representing individuals seeking asylum in the United States.

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  • Education

    • JD, Boston University School of Law, 2021

      cum laude

      Articles Editor, Boston University of Law Review, First-Year Lawyering Fellow, Tri-Alpha Honor Society

    • BS, Foreign Service, International Politics, Georgetown University, 2015

      Dean's List, Dell Scholar, Gates Millennium Scholar
  • Admissions

    • Massachusetts

    • New York

  • Languages

    • German

    • Spanish



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