This community arises from the need to create a space where young lawyers can get together and have informal discussions with outstanding arbitration figures, without the participation of more experienced professionals, thereby promoting greater participation of young lawyers and increasing the influence on their career development.
The objective of the Mexico City Very Young is to promote the study of international arbitration and provide a forum for students and young lawyers under the age of thirty-five to address new and relevant issues in a friendly atmosphere conducive to dialogue and to allow its Members to approach renowned arbitration practitioners, both Mexican and foreigners. To that end, like its sister association, the Paris Very Young Arbitration Practitioners, the Mexico City Very Young organizes innovative events designed to encourage high quality discussions.
Also, Mexico City Very Young seeks to contribute to position Mexico City as an Arbitration hub. Mexico City has the dynamism and cutting edge infrastructure necessary to be considered a center of International Arbitration in Latin America.