Andrea Carolina Rojas
Senior Associate, Bogota

  arojas@goh.law ____ |____

Andrea is in charge of providing legal advice in customs and foreign trade matters to Colombian and foreign companies. Has several years’ experience representing her client’s interests before the Bank of the Republic and DIAN, in matters relating to foreign investment, foreign exchange and the so-called compensation accounts. In customs matters, she provides support to companies in the analysis, planning and execution of their foreign trade operations.

For this, Andrea seeks to understand the business needs of every company, and communicates constantly with all the players involved to understand adequately the relevant value chain.

Currently, she is enjoying a leave of absence while finishing her studies as a Fulbright scholarship student under the so-called Innovation Route program, in the United States. She pursued LLM studies at Duke University School of Law, with an emphasis in business, innovation and new ventures and startups. Presently, she is at that school learning about Legal Design, Legal Tech and Legal Innovation.

  • JD. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.  
  • Masters of Law in International Trade. Universidad Sergio Arboleda.  
  • Master of Laws (LL.M) with Business Law Certificate. Duke University School of Law. 
  • Provided support to companies in customs, seizures and confiscation proceedings. 
  • Provided support to companies in the definition of their viability and suitability to secure clearance as Authorized Economic Operators.
  • Designed and executed regulatory compliance work for international project finance jobs, including foreign indebtedness, foreign investment and the so-called compensation accounts. 
  • Coordinator of the pro bono practice of the firm.

Languages

Spanish

English

Italian

German

Andrea Carolina Rojas
Junior Partner, Bogota

  arojas@goh.law ____ |____

Andrea is in charge of providing legal advice in customs and foreign trade matters to Colombian and foreign companies. Has several years’ experience representing her client’s interests before the Bank of the Republic and DIAN, in matters relating to foreign investment, foreign exchange and the so-called compensation accounts. In customs matters, she provides support to companies in the analysis, planning and execution of their foreign trade operations.

For this, Andrea seeks to understand the business needs of every company, and communicates constantly with all the players involved to understand adequately the relevant value chain.

Currently, she is enjoying a leave of absence while finishing her studies as a Fulbright scholarship student under the so-called Innovation Route program, in the United States. She pursued LLM studies at Duke University School of Law, with an emphasis in business, innovation and new ventures and startups. Presently, she is at that school learning about Legal Design, Legal Tech and Legal Innovation.

  • JD. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.  
  • Masters of Law in International Trade. Universidad Sergio Arboleda.  
  • Master of Laws (LL.M) with Business Law Certificate. Duke University School of Law. 
  • Provided support to companies in customs, seizures and confiscation proceedings. 
  • Provided support to companies in the definition of their viability and suitability to secure clearance as Authorized Economic Operators.
  • Designed and executed regulatory compliance work for international project finance jobs, including foreign indebtedness, foreign investment and the so-called compensation accounts. 
  • Coordinator of the pro bono practice of the firm.

Languages

Spanish

English

Italian

German