Our Lawyers


Mauricio Ordóñez

He joined the firm in 2010. Specialized in White Collar and Fraud crimes…


Mauricio joined the Law Firm in 2010. He is a member of the Criminal Litigation Practice Group of the Law Firm, with ample experience in Intellectual Property litigation, Criminal Law, and white-collar crimes.

He has acquired ample experience for more than 28 years in Criminal Law, forensic studies and investigation at the Special Cases Unit, the Attention to Victims Department and at the Agency against Organized Crime and the International Theft of Vehicles of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, and as a trial attorney. He has also advised international entities, international organizations, and Government agencies in crime investigations.






  • Department of Justice of the United States of America, May 16, 1997 – Training Certificate on Advanced Techniques in Interviews and Drafting of Reports.
  • Department of Justice of the United States of America, November 17, 1995 – Training Certificate in the Basic Investigation Course.
  • Department of Justice of the United States of America, August 30, 1998 – Training Certificate in the Forensic-Medicine Investigation at the Crime Scene Course.
  • Department of Justice of the United States of America, October 4, 1996 - Certificate in the Investigation Intermediate Course.
  • Bar Association of Guatemala and Cooperating Office of the Royal Embassy of The Netherlands. Participation Certificate in the Diagnosis of the Justice Administration Seminar-Workshop.
  • Public Prosecutor’s Office, March 1998 – Participation in the Guatemalan Criminal System Course.
  • Attorney-At-Law and Notary, De San Carlos de Guatemala University, 2001.
  • He completed his studies at the Criminal Law Master’s Degree Program, 2013. His thesis investigation plan was approved, his thesis advisor has been named and the graduation is pending.
  • Postgraduate Studies in Business Criminal Law, De San Carlos de Guatemala University, and the Business Law Institute, 2018.
  • He is currently attending a Legal Investigation Course.

Publications and Contributions

Thesis: “The Problems that Face and Affect the Prosecutors of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in the Application of the Objective Criteria and Their Requests Even in Favor of the Accused", 2001.



Guatemalan Bar Association


Practice Areas

Criminal Litigation

Other members of our team

Gabriel Cabrera

He joined the Firm in 2017. He is a current member of the Tax and Customs, Arbitration and Fraud and Insolvency Practice Groups.

Ana Lucía Chávez

She joined the Firm in 2020. Her practice focuses on corporate transactions, restructurings...