Daniel Rafecas

PhD in Administrative Law at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Specialist in Constitutional Law Center for Constitutional Studies Madrid.

Professor of Administrative Law at the University Escuela Libre de Derecho. Professor of the Doctorate Program in Ibero-American Administrative Law coordinated by the University of La Coruña with 10 universities in Ibero-America and Professor of the PhD program in Law at the Universidad Estatal a Distancia (UNED).


Francisco Rozas Escalante

Peruvian magistrate, currently Superior Judge and presides over a Superior Criminal Court in Lima. He has held the position of Supreme Judge and President of the Superior Court of Justice of Lima North. He is a Magister in Law and University Teaching, Professor in the Universities of San Antonio de Abad of Cusco, and Garcilaso de la Vega de Lima.. 


Antônio Cerqueira

He is an Attorney for Military Justice in the State of Ceará, Brazil.
Master's Degree in Law from the Federal University of Ceará.
Specialization in Criminal Procedure by the University of Fortaleza.


Luis Antonio Ortiz Hernández

Lawyer specializing in Criminal Law from the Universidad Santa María de Venezuela. Postgraduate in Criminal Law and Penitentiary System at the University of Salamanca, Spain.

Expert in International Humanitarian Law at the International Red Cross. Magister in Criminal Law and Doctor in Constitutional Law of the Universidad Santa María. Doctor in Human Rights and Criminal Law of the Center for Higher University Studies. Master's and Doctorate in Law and International Relations at Preston University.

 


Manuel Ventura Robles

Jurist, Lawyer and Public Notary, Master in International Law, Judge of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), also carried out studies in Philosophy.

Vice-President of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (2013), held positions in private companies, public administration and the Costa Rican Foreign Service at the Costa Rican Embassy in Washington, DC, also at the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the OAS.


César Ernesto Salazar Grande

Degree in Legal Sciences with higher education in the Council of the Spanish Judicial Power. He was Legal Adviser to the General Secretariat of the Central American Integration System (SICA), and is a member of the list of arbitrators for the US Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

Professor of the Masters of Business Law, Administration and Finance; He was a professor of postgraduate courses in Regional Integration, Vocational Training Centers, and universities in Spain, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Chile.


Augustino S.L. Ramadhani

Bachelor of Law with a master's degree in International Law; After training in the Military Academy of Tanzania he was promoted to second lieutenant, and reached the rank of general of brigade; he has a Degree in Theology; He held the position of chairman of the Supreme Court of Zanzibar.

He served as Appeal Judge for the United Republic of Tanzania, Judge of the East African Court of Justice, assumed the vice presidency of the National Electoral Commission in the United Republic of Tanzania, and served as chair of the SADC Executive Council.


Sonia Elizabeth Cortéz de Madríz

Degree in Legal Sciences, Attorney and Notary Public, judicial collaborator of the Second and Third Criminal Courts of El Salvador; Public defender assigned to different courts; General coordinator of Defenders of the Republic.

She served as an auditor attached to the Fifth Criminal Court; Served as head of the Judicial Audit Department; Also as coordinator in the Area of ​​Investigation and Control of Judges of Peace, in the Department of Judicial Investigation.


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