Mr. Romero joined the firm Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa y Cia., S.C. in 1998, where he is a partner in the international trade and customs practice since 2010.
Mr. Romero is a member of the Mexican Bar Association, the National Company’s Lawyer Association (Asociación Nacional de Abogados de Empresa – ANADE -), as the chairman of the international trade and customs committee. He also participates in the trade and customs committee of the Mexican Chapter of the International Chamber o Commerce (ICC), the international trade practices committee of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) and the customs committee of the National Chamber of Industry and Development (CANACINTRA).
Mr. Romero is a graduate from the Universidad Panamericana (UP) law school in Mexico City where he obtained his degree in law in 2002.
Additionally on 2004 Mr. Romero coursed its Masters (LLM) in International Business Law at the Universidad Iberoamericana. Also obtained a diploma in Commercial remedies within NAFTA by the Mexican Arbitration Center in 2002, and a diploma in Atnidumping, subsidies and safeguards procedures by the Mexican Bar Association in 2007.
He has attended and lecture several courses and seminars on customs and tax law, international trade practices (dumping and subsidies), safeguards, litigation on in these matters, alternative dispute resolution and international contracts. Additionally, he has published several papers on the same issues in different law specialized magazines.
Mr. Romero has supported foreign governments to train officials in various matters related to international trade and the agreements of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
He participates as a professor at the Universidad Panamericana (UP) law school teaching private international law, foreign trade and customs law.