Eduardo Romero Tagle
Eduardo has devoted his professional career to the creation of constitutional and
statutory precedents, through his work at the judiciary in Mexico and through the
practice of appellate advocacy. He originally acquired his Law degree in Mexico,
where he practiced law for 9 years, mostly at the Federal Judiciary. He recently
graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with an L.L.M., and was admitted
to the Texas State Bar.
Before joining Terrazas PLLC, Eduardo clerked for 5 years for a Justice on the
Mexican Supreme Court, authoring almost 200 opinions, including in high-profile
cases of constitutional and statutory interpretation, criminal procedure, family law
and regulatory law. He also worked for several law firms in Mexico City as an
external consultant for their respective appellate advocacy teams.
L.L.B., with honors, Universidad Panamericana, School of Law, Mexico City,
L.L.M., The University of Texas at Austin, School of Law.
Law Clerk, Justice Eduardo Medina Mora, Mexican Supreme Court of Justice.
Law Clerk, Court of Appeals Specialized in Telecommunications and Economic
Competition Law (Mexico City).
Adjunct Professor, Escuela Libre de Derecho (Mexico City), 2013-2016.
Admitted to practice law in Texas and in all Mexican courts.
Research Stays and Speaking Engagements
Research Stay: “The search for consensus on judicial decision making: a
comparative analysis between the American and the Mexican judiciary” (Visiting
Fellows Program, Federal Judicial Center, Washington D.C., 2019)
Research Stay: “Rulings of the European Court of Human Rights and the
Spanish law: the relation between international and constitutional jurisdiction”
(University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain, 2014)
Guest lecturer in courses organized by the Office of the United Nations High
Commissioner for Human Rights, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime,
and the Mexican Federal Judiciary.