Nathalia Sosa joined Ropes & Gray’s Litigation and Enforcement practice group in 2019, where she focuses on government enforcement, internal investigations, and anti-corruption matters. As a native Spanish speaker, Nathalia assists multinational companies in developing and enhancing their compliance programs, including for operations in Spanish-speaking jurisdictions. She also handles Foreign Corrupt Practices Act internal investigations, and is responsible for performing anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and sanctions due diligence and risk analyses in high-risk jurisdictions globally. Since joining Ropes & Gray, Nathalia has assisted corporate and individual clients in investigations and inquiries by DOJ, SEC, FINRA and other European authorities.
Nathalia also maintains an active pro bono practice, advocating for immigrant and children’s rights. In 2019, she was awarded the Ropes & Gray Roscoe Trimmier Jr. Diversity Scholarship.
During law school, Nathalia interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, where she assisted prosecutors in the Fraud and Public Corruption Section. Nathalia also worked as a student attorney for the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic, where she travelled to Uganda to conduct interviews and draft proposed legislation to address gaps in children’s education and health rights. Nathalia served as alumni chair for the Latin American Law Students Association.