Mariana Arrieta is a junior associate in the environmental area of the law firm Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C. in Mexico City. During the discharge of her duties in the firm, she has participated in voluntary inspections to verify compliance with environmental law, regulations and Mexican Official Standards applicable to industrial facilities of the food beverage, packaging and pharmaceutical sectors, among others, as well as in investigation projects such as the Environmental Protection Questionannaire of Coral Ecosystems, supervised by Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice.
Since July 2015 and, in addition, to her duties in the environmental area of the firm, she joined Fundación Basham, as coordinator. This organization provides and promotes pro-bono work and its mission is to "be consolidated as promoter of a strong and growing Mexico, with an increasing active participation of the community every day, in which effective and good quality legal advisory services be provided to organizations working in pro of the community, always based on ethical, professional, quality, professionalism, efficiency, commitment, and leadership values."
Graduated in law from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico (ITAM) in 2015. She has taken diploma courses in environmental matters, such as: "Curso de Actualización: Justicia y Litigación en Materia Ambiental (Updating Course in Justice and Litigation in Environmental Matters" thought by la Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados (Mexican Bar Association) of Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados and "Curso de la Cédula de Operación Anual" (Annual Operating Report Course), thought by the Mexico´s Department of the Environment and Natural Resources and Iniciativa GEMI.
Spanish and English.