Liz M. Arroyo Santoni

Practice Areas:

Corporate Law
Administrative Law


Liz M. Arroyo Santoni has a varied legal and consulting practice, triangulating the rule of law with public affairs and public policy at the federal and state level. Her current professional focus is advising in government relations, public affairs, legislative affairs, public policy and government governance in Puerto Rico, and closely monitors bills, executive orders, and administrative rulings. She also provides legal counsel to various sectors of the private industry.

Ms. Arroyo was the first woman to hold the position of Legal and Legislative Division Director of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (PRCC). As a key contributor to that organization, she was part of the team that achieved the accreditation of “State Chamber of Commerce” granted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for the PRCC.

During her tenure at PRCC, Ms. Arroyo was the overall authority for the legal and legislative operation of the organization and had the important duty of representing PRCC at all government branches. At PRCC, she created and organized workshops, Seminars on Labor Law and Legislative Summits, participated on radio and television programs, and wrote articles advocating for the PRCC.

Ms. Arroyo has extensive advocacy experience within the Puerto Rico Senate and House of Representatives as well as a social constituency network within the business and commercial sector on the Island.


For many years, Ms. Arroyo worked at consulting firms, where she developed a strong legal and consulting practice. She served as counsel to the private sector including healthcare providers, tourism industry and renewable energy, among others.


  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico School of Law (J.D., 2006)
  • University of Puerto Rico (B.B.A., Political Science, 2003)


Bar Admissions:

  • Supreme Court for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico