Arturo Meza is a Foreign-Trained Attorney at Basswood Counsel (formerly Klug Counsel).
He is a Mexican licensed attorney with more than 10 years of experience and extensive practice with cross-borders transactions between Mexico and the United States.
Prior to joining Basswood Counsel, Arturo worked for the Office of Legal Affairs at the Embassy of Mexico in the United States for more than 4 years.
Before coming to the United States, Arturo worked at the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice where he clerked for the Chief Justice Juan N. Silva and for Justice Alfredo Gutierrez Ortiz Mena. He assisted the justices during courtroom proceedings and helped draft orders and opinions on tax and commerce law cases, among others.
In addition, Arturo clerked for the Judge Clementina Flores Suárez at the Federal Court of Appeals in Tax and Administrative Law Matters for the First Circuit, where he drafted orders and opinions on tax law cases.
Arturo obtained his Law Degree from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and his Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Georgetown Law in Washington, D.C. Arturo is eligible to sit for the New York State Bar Examination.
- Georgetown University – LLM – 2017
- National Autonomous University of Mexico – JD – 2012
- Mexico – 2012 (Nationwide)