Mexican law firms have rallied around a call for women to “become invisible” March 9, as the country grasps for ways to address endemic and increasingly gruesome gender violence.

“This is a real crisis,” said Juan Francisco Torres-Landa, head of the Mexico office for Hogan Lovells, who added that supporting the strike was a no-brainer. “We need to break the inertia that this is normal.”

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