Zamira is an attorney with ROCA’s Litigation Practice Group. She began her legal experience within the Judicial Branch of the Dominican Republic, as an assistant to the honorable judges presiding the Chamber of the Criminal Court of First Instance of the National District. She was responsible for assisting in the preparation and drafting of various decisions and judgments of criminal law. She took part in relevant decisions that introduced new ideas, regarding constitutional issues and domestic violence, highlighted by the national press due to their novelty.
Zamira continued her career being part of recognized law firms, managing legal issues in civil, family law, business, employment, constitutional, legal counseling, conflict resolution, damages and foreclosures. She then went on to work at the Legal Department of one of the largest banks in the Dominican Republic, being recognized for her creativity and thoroughness in the process and case management.
Graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), and the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she earned the title of Specialist in Family Law and Magister in Family, Children and Adolescents Law. In addition, she has completed several short courses on family matters, civil, criminal and government.
Her area of expertise focuses on strategies for litigation related to family law, foreclosures, registered rights, criminal, contracts, as well as civil judicial proceedings lead in the courts of the Dominican Republic. Her knowledge in family law has allowed her to be a substitute for the law faculty of Individual and Family course of her alma mater.
She has assisted one of the leading banks in Canadian investment on litigation matters, and represents them in the process of execution of judgments against defaulting debtors, as well as one of the telecommunications companies that has had the greatest impact in our territory.