Abigail Maya is an associate at CCN since 2017. She is originally from Mexico City and is a graduate of the Escuela Libre de Derecho from which she received her law degree in 2016 upon completion of her thesis titled, “The Application of the Theory of Affectation of Patrimony to the Individual Limited Liability Entity.” Ms. Maya’s practice centers on Mexico corporate, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, finance, and energy law. She currently advises U.S. clients doing business in Mexico on various projects such as corporate restructuring, real estate projects featuring the leasing of industrial parks, and development of wind and solar energy projects in Mexico. In addition, she serves as external counsel to numerous international companies in Mexico’s agricultural and automotive sectors, among others. Ms. Maya’s previous professional experience includes serving as assistant general counsel for Mexico and Latin America for an international engineering, construction, and industrial services firm with a presence in over 79 countries. Furthermore, she has experience working in law firms in Mexico City, as well as with a Mexican Notary Public.