Quiroz Santroni Abogados Consultores   Dominican Republic

Romina Santroni
Law Firm
+829 918 3766
Ave. 27 de Febrero No. 495
Torre Empresarial FORUM Suite 5B
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Jose Quiroz Abreu

About Quiroz Santroni Abogados Consultores

Since 2010, QUIROZ SANTRONI has been considered a pioneer environmental and sustainable business law firm in the Dominican Republic recognised by Chambers and Partners as the number one firm in this area, and one of the leading firms in corporate and commercial practice as well as tourism and real estate.


QUIROZ SANTRONI specializes in legally and environmentally facilitating the development, construction, and operation of investment projects, with a perspective on the environmental, financial, and business aspects in the most important sectors of the Dominican Republic, with an emphasis on tourism and real estate.





Romina Santroni

is a founding partner of the firm, she is head of the of the Environmental and Regulatory practice for investment projects, with special focus in the real estate and resort development, food and beverage, industrial and film and entertainment. She has focused on issues related to the environment, tourism and land use, by creating strategies to achieve sustainability and feasibility in construction and operation of important investment projects in the different economical fields.

She has represented over 70 projects with tax exemptions approvals, comprehensive licensing with investments over US$2 Billion. Permits, polluted sites, protected areas, urban, land use, environmental permits, water, agrobusiness, waste and incentives to investments are her best areas of practice.

Graduated from National University of Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires – Argentina (2001), and a Master on Environmental Law (2010) from University of the Basque Country (EHU UPV/EHU), Spain as well as a Postgraduate Study of Executive Development from Barna Business School, she also Internal Auditor ISO 14001 Bureau Veritas and Registered Environmental Consultant approved by the Ministry of Environment of the Dominican Republic, as coordinator of environmental impact assessments.

As Legal Director from ECORED, business association that promotes sustainability in businesses, she was the lead the process to draft a proposal of law on waste, still under discussion in congress. Coauthored the book Legal Protection of Tourists (Bs.As., Ed. Ladevi 2018) and several other magazines including Environment and Climate Change – International Comparative Legal Guide and several other papers in Environmental Management among others.

Recognized by the lead legal ranking institution, Chambers and Partners and Who is Who Legal for her expertise in environmental and real estate development in the Dominican Republic.
Languages: Spanish, English, German, Italian


Jose Quiroz Abreu

is a founding member of the firm and in charge of the Corporate-Commercial practice.

During his practice, he has focused his efforts on corporate and commercial law, tourism and real estate. He has structured and negotiated finance options, leasing and other related transactions for investments to facilitate the development of relevant projects in the Dominican Republic. He represents major companies that are currently developing investments in the country and abroad.

In 2002 he obtained a degree in Law from the “Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra” mention Magna Cum Laude. He then received in 2003 a Higher Degree Diploma in Business Law from the University “Pantheon Assas 2 (Paris II)”, France. In 2004 he earned his Master in Foreign Trade in “Universidad Carlos III de Madrid”, Spain and later in 2010 an Executive MBA from Barna Business School, in Dominican Republic – Barcelona, Spain.

He is a current member of the American Chamber of Commerce Legal Committee (AmCham), of the National Council of Private Enterprises (Conep) and of the National Association of Young Entrepreneurs (ANJE).

Recognized by the lead legal ranking institution, Chambers and Partners for his expertise in corporate-commercial practice in the Dominican Republic.

Languages: Spanish, English, French