Norma Amador, Associate at BLP in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, specializes in Tax, Free Trade Zones, and Public Law, Public Procurement & Regulation. With 21 years of experience in public administration, she has advised the Executive Directorate of Revenue on Services of Administration of Rents, SAR, and NGOs. She has also worked as a consultant for UNESCO and as a lecturer at the Universidad José Cecilio del Valle of Honduras. Norma’s clients value her extensive legal knowledge and ability to provide diverse opinions. She joined BLP in 2016.

  • Public Law, Public Procurement & Regulation

  • Free Trade Zones
  • Tax

  • Seminar on Harmonized System of Designation and Codification of Merchandise.

  • Degree in Legal and Social Sciences, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH), Honduras, 1997.
  • Seminar on Central American Uniform Customs Code and International Customs Transit Regulations.
  • Seminar on Intellectual Property and Honduran Legislation.


  • Spanish
  • English
  • Honduran Bar Association
  • International Bar Association: Member

  • BLP advised BECAMO to incorporate into the Free Trade Zone regime.

    BLP advised the client throughout the process until achieving incorporation, which implied obtaining tax advantages. 

  • Appeal against the tax administration of Honduras. BLP acted as lead counsel advising Empresa Energía Eólica de Honduras S.A. (EEHSA) on the presentation of an appeal against the tax administration of Honduras.