Minnie H. Rodríguez López, Esq.



  • University of Puerto Rico, San Juan 1975 – 1980 – BBA in Commerce (Majored in the Administration of Human Resources)
  • Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, San Juan 1980 – 1983 – Juris Doctor
  • George Washington University, Washington DC 1984 – 1986 – Master’s Degree in Comparative Law (12 credits approved in Criminology)

Bar Admissions

  • Puerto Rico

Minnie is an Attorney in WMC’s San Juan office. Minnie has a diverse background in litigating cases. After earning a master’s degree in comparative Law from George Washington University, Minnie began as an Examining Officer for the Department of Consumer Affairs.

She later acted as Administrative Judge in matters involving home construction and consumer transactions for different services for the Department of Consumer Affairs. Later that year she began working for the office of the Advocate of the People with Disabilities and the Rural Housing Administration and Department of Housing.

Minnie later went on to the Office of the Secretary of Litigation, PR Department of Justice where she litigated cases involving sensitive matters of public policy, injunctions, mandamus, torts and other extraordinary writs.

For the last 22 years, Minnie has worked for the Office of the Solicitor General, PR Department of Justice. There she was in charge of disciplinary conduct cases against lawyers, whose complaint was presented at the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico. She also overlooked the investigation and litigation of cases until the end of all proceedings. Minnie gained experience in the presentation of sworn complaints against lawyers under Rule 14, in accordance to the Rules of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, as well as the litigation and proceedings under Rule 15.