Elected Member

Julissa Reynoso

Washington, DC
The White House
Harvard College
Columbia Law School

Julissa Reynoso is a multilingual partner at Winston & Strawn who focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, regulatory enforcement and international arbitration. She also provides U.S. and international clients with strategic advice and risk assessment in managing transnational issues. She advises a wide variety of clients, including governments, financial institutions, companies and individuals. She has managed diverse transnational matters involving the energy, media, sports, real estate, food and telecommunications sectors. 

Julissa was appointed to co-chair New York Attorney General Letitia James’ transition committee. In this capacity, she worked with four other esteemed co-chairs to advise Attorney General James as she defined Office initiatives and recruited top legal talent to constitute her team.  

Julissa is the former United States Ambassador to Uruguay. She also served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Central American, Caribbean and Cuban Affairs in the US Department of State. While in this role, Julissa was charged with developing comprehensive security and rule of law strategies for Central America and the Caribbean. Prior to joining the US Department of State, Julissa practiced at a major international law firm, where she specialized in antitrust law, international commercial arbitration and international investment arbitration. 

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Areas of Expertise
International Law
Complex Litigation
Regulatory Law (Administrative Law)