Zulima González



Zulima focuses her practice on Civil and Commercial Litigation and Domestic and International Arbitration, including cases involving bankruptcy and insolvency, as well as contractual and non-contractual disputes, litigation of moral damages and property damage. She specializes in amparo law and has experience in constitutional and human rights conflicts.
Zulima holds a law degree from the Universidad Anahuac Mexico Norte and an LLM from University College London.

  • Zulima has served as auxiliary of the conciliator and/or trustee appointed by IFECOM in the commercial bankruptcies of the companies Perforadora Oro Negro, Integradora de Servicios Petroleros Oro Negro, Grupo Almos, Servicios Anexos Iantel, ARC Internacional México, Retícula Gráficas, among others.
  • Advised Biciclo (currently Turbo Limited) and TGC Ingeniería, in their commercial bankruptcy procedures.
  • Collaborated with the trustee appointed by the Federal Government in the commercial bankruptcies of Compañía Mexicana de Aviación and its subsidiaries Aerovías Caribe, Mexicana Inter, and the maintenance base Mexicana MRO.
  • Represented a Mexican academic in a moral damage lawsuit against an international organization based in Mexico for infamous publications made on the Internet.
  • Represents a Mexican citizen within a procedure of state liability for the irregularities committed by the SRE as a result of 2 international extradition procedures initiated against him.

LLM, University College London, London, 2019


Amparo Specialty, (Honorific Mention), Universidad Panamericana, Mexico, 2017

Diploma in Leadership, Universidad Anáhuac México Norte, Mexico, 2013


Law Degree, Universidad Anáhuac México Norte, Mexico, 2014

  • Publications in www.lexology.com:
    • Access to bankruptcy proceedings in Mexico
    • The Classification of Consumer's Credits in Bankruptcy Proceedings in Mexico.