David E. Peraza-Rosas graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Chicago in 2018 with a B.B.A. in Economics and a minor in Political Science. After graduation, he began his pursuit of a J.D./M.S. in Foreign Service at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, with a concentration in Global Business and Finance. During his first year at the School of Foreign Service he served as a Fellow for the Center of Latin American Studies. As a fellow he assisted Professor John Bailey in the development of an analytical paper on crime trends in Latin America.
At the Georgetown University Law Center (GULC), David has benefited from being a RISE Fellow, Global Law Scholar, and his proactive involvement with Georgetown’s Latin American Law Student Association (LALSA). This summer, he was a Summer Associate at Herbert Smith Freehills for their Latin America FREP group. David is passionate in international emerging market economic law and development, with a focus on North and Latin America, as he has lived, eaten, and studied in both Mexico and the United States.