Mexico

Three delegates from Mexico participated in the Fourth Convention for Latin American Christian Lawyers (IV CLAC) that took place in 2004 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. After this significant event, they returned to their country decided to establish the Latin American Christian Lawyers Network in Mexico (Red Latinoamericana de Abogados Cristianos en México - RLAACM) which was launched in 2005. Today there are over 30 Christian lawyers, judges, professors and students who participate in RLAACM activities. While their activities take place mostly in Mexico City, their members belong to several provinces of the country.

 

Jorge Lee, one of RLAACM founders, has served in the Board of the Latin American Christian Lawyers Network (ALA/RLAAC) since 2006 and is currently the Coordinator of the ALA/RLAAC Permanent Commission on Religious Liberty and Equality.

 

Our colleagues in Mexico, in coordination with ALA/RLAAC, are currently focused in the preparations for the Ninth Latin American Convention for Christian Lawyers (IX CLAC) that will take place in the beautiful city of Acapulco in May 2010.

 

The current officers of RLAACM are Jorge Lee, Board Chairperson, and Iván Vargas, Vice-Chair.

 

Contact a Local Advocate
Jorge Lee leegallindo@yahoo.com.mx

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