Fernando Rojas, is the Senior Partner of the firm. Mr. Rojas joined the firm in 1971. He obtained his law degree from the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés Law School, La Paz, Bolivia and was admitted to practice in 1967. He also attended law school at the University of Michigan and holds a Masters in Law (LL.M) from Harvard Law School.
Mr. Rojas has been a Professor of Commercial and Tax Law at Universidad Católica Boliviana "San Pablo" Business School (1972-1992). Among some of his published articles are the following: The Unified Agricultural Tax; Doing Business in Bolivia; Manual on Corporations and Agency Agreement; Comments on Law 843 (Taxes); Aircraft Finance, Registration Security and Enforcement in Bolivia; Enforcement of Foreign Judgments and Tax Treaties; Oil, Gas and Mining in Bolivia.
Mr. Rojas has also served as a Judge in Bolivia, and has worked as a trainee in Shearman & Sterling, New York.
Mr. Rojas is a consultant and Board Member of several local and foreign companies. He is the Danish Honorary Consul General in Bolivia, a Knight of the Order of Dannebrog and a former President of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Bolivia.
He is fluent in Spanish and English.