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Yasmín Esquivel Mossa TSS Virtual Address | February 17, 2021
Yasmín Esquivel Mossa | February 17
Minister, Mexican National Supreme Court of Justice
From her earliest days in Mexico City, Yasmín Esquivel Mossa dreamt of a career in law, a dream in which she wielded the power to improve the lot of fellow citizens and the world beyond. The oldest of five sisters, Justice Esquivel maintained the conviction that she would pursue justice for all and was named a minister of the National Supreme Court of Justice in 2019, making her the 13th woman in more than 195 years to attain this position in Mexico.
As a Justice in the Supreme Court, it is her job to ensure that justice obtains for all. She specializes in human rights, gender equality, and the rights of minorities. Justice Esquivel is an engaged member of the Mexican Supreme Court and is devoted to improving the lives and futures of millions.
More information on Justice Esquivel can be found on Wikipedia, the Mexican Supreme Court site, and CNN.
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