When Diego Pérez Ara finished his two-year clerkship with a Miami federal judge, he was looking for help to get started in international arbitration.

In particular, Pérez Ara, an associate at litigation boutique León Cosgrove, was looking for local groups that he felt would help him make the connections needed to develop a successful practice within Miami’s competitive international arbitration practice.

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