Arturo Oropeza is a Mexican lawyer and LL.M. candidate in the International Economic Law, Business and Policy program at Stanford Law School. Since 2013, he has worked as an associate in major reputable law firms in Mexico City, devoting his time to international commercial arbitration, antitrust, and transactional matters. His experience also encompasses study and work in China (Beijing & Shanghai). Arturo conversant in Mandarin and Chinese business culture. In this respect, he was recently appointed as Project Director of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (Mexcham) in order to foster interaction between China and the Latin American region. Last May, Arturo participated in the One Belt One Road conferences in Beijing as an invitee of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. Arturo has continued his research on this initiative during his time at Stanford, and plans to publish an article in the future.
Selected to participate in Socrates Program’s seminar on Geopolitical Ramifications of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.