David E. Peraza-Rosas
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 Georgetown Law, 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.