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Miguel Maza

​Miguel A. Maza was born in Las Villas, Cuba. He is admitted to practice in Puerto Rico, New Jersey and the U.S. District Courts for Puerto Rico and New Jersey. 

He is a graduate of Kearney State College (B.A., 1983) and Indiana University of Pennsylvania (M.A., 1984).  He received his law degree from New York Law School (J.D., 1988).

Miguel is a recipient of the Presidential Award from the Puerto Rico Bar Association.

Miguel also authored "Introducción al Experimento de Mondragon," 5:2 Journal of Basque Studies, p. 67-76 Fall 1984 Fresno, CA.

Miguel is currently President of the Commission for the Rights of Handicapped Citizens for the Puerto Rico Board of Bar Examiners and a former member of the Commission of Prisoners Rights.

His current memberships include the New Jersey State and American Bar Associations; Puerto Rico Bar Association; Association of Labor Relations Practitioners, and the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys.


His practice areas include: Litigation; Real Estate, Lending, Consumer Finance, Employment Discrimination; Collective Bargaining Negotiations; Commercial;  Collection; and Trademarks.


33 Calle Bolivia, Suite 201

San Juan, Puerto Rico 00917

Tel: 214-789-0943

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