FERRERE has moved its Santa Cruz offices to the heart of the Equipetrol area and a few minutes from the city center. From the 18th floor of the Ambassador Business Center, the firm has joined a brand-new architectural project, a reference point for the city, incorporating lead-generation technology.
With over ten years in Bolivia, FERRERE is one of the country’s largest law firms, and the fastest-growing. In 2016 it opened its offices in Cochabamba and moved its La Paz offices to premises four times the size of its previous location there.
FERRERE is in a process of international expansion that has involved other recent milestones, such as its launch in Ecuador, with three new offices opened since 2015 in the cities of Quito, Manta and Guayaquil. The firm has a total of ten offices in the four countries in which it operates, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Gerardo Villagómez , FERRERE Bolivia’s managing partner, said: “This is another step in the firm’s growth process in the region and particularly in Bolivia, keeping pace with the expansion of the Bolivian economy. With great enthusiasm, this news is a push for us to continue on the road of attracting talent and investing in technology in order to bring us closer to our clients.”
Gerardo Villagómez, Managing Partner Bolivia - email@example.com
Ambassador Business Center, Piso 18, Av. San Martin Nº 155, Equipetrol
FERRERE is the only multi-jurisdictional South American law firm. It has +200 attorneys in Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay, and stands out for its US-style structure, methodologies and policies. The firm has developed international standards and homogeneous service across all its offices, guaranteed by integrated, vertical practice groups and procedures, and a firm-wide training program.
FERRERE is a rarity in the jurisdictions in which it operates. It is a fully merit-based organization that does not allow relatives of partners to join the firm. It has an early mandatory retirement policy and great emphasis has been placed on promoting diversity, with women making up 30% of the partnership.