Brenda Cordova is an attorney in Mexico. She holds an LL.M. degree on International Law and Latin American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a certificate on Introduction to American Law from the University of Pennsylvania.
She is the founder of Grupo Legal Cordova, a law firm that specializes on Mexican Customs, international trade, immigration and cross border transactions between Mexico and the United States. She assists and trains companies, law firms and customs brokers in the following areas: IMMEX compliance, export controls, certificates of origin, NAFTA and other FTAs, classification rulings, pedimentos, labeling, Single Window issues, valuation, Customs regimes, IVA/IEPS, AEO and other Customs Certifications, anti-corruption compliance, international services and supply contracts and foreign investment, as well as other related matters. She has successfully challenged Mexican Customs decisions affecting U.S. companies doing business in Mexico and has represented companies before the Mexican courts and other governmental authorities.
She is the Chair of the Customs and Trade Committee of San Luis Potosi Bar Association. She is an active member of the Mexican Bar Association, American Association of Exporters and Importers, the Society for International Affairs and COMCE.