Raul Salinas (LLM '07) appointed as advisor to major Mexican soccer club

October 22, 2007Duke Law News

Raul Sergio Salinas (LLM '07) has recently been appointed as advisor to one of the most important soccer clubs in Mexico, Tigres. The position is intended as a starting point while Salinas starts making changes and assumes the presidency of the club.

Tigres is owned by Cemex, the world's largest building materials supplier and third largest cement producer. Salinas worked for Cemex for 10 years as Corporate Counsel prior to attending Duke Law School for his LLM.
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