I studied law degree at ITAM (Mexico City) from 1996 to 2000. In March of 2001 I titled myself with the thesis "The general declaration of unconstitutionality in the amparo against laws". I received the highest academic distinction awarded by ITAM: honorable mention (summa cum laude).
I studied doctorate in Patrimonial Law in the University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) from 2002 to 2004.
I am currently finishing my PhD in Law at UNAM (Mexico City), with an investigation entitled "Contemporary
Constitutionalism and Well-being", led by a tutorial committee composed of Dr. José Ovalle Fabela, Diego Valadés and José Ramón Cossío Díaz.
My professional experience is wide and diversified. Undoubtedly, the services that my notary provides are analyzed from various perspectives, for the benefit of my clients. That diversity is based on my rich professional experience, which produces a gap between my notary and the rest.
I have worked both in the private sector, in law firms of the most important in Mexico City as well as in the federal public sector, in strategic areas very relevant to the country.
I was associate lawyer in Von Wobeser and Sierra, S.C., in charge of the area of foreign investments and with participation in corporate and administrative law (2000-2002). In Martinez, Algaba, Estrella, De Haro and Galván-Duque, S.C., I was a senior lawyer in financial law issues.
In the public sector, I have worked for the three federal powers, in different facets and activities. In the Judicial Branch of the Federation I worked as a judicial officer in the presentation of Judge Jean Claude Tron Petit; In the Federal Legislative Power, served as a litigating lawyer for the defense of the interests of the Congress of the Union in some federal trials; And in the Executive Branch, I participated in PROFECO (2004-2007); In the Ministry of Finance (2008-2009); In the Tax Administration Service (2009-2012) and in the Presidency of the Republic (2013-2015).
I have taught in undergraduate and master's degree programs, as well as degrees in the best universities in Mexico.
In ITAM I was professor of the masters, imparting "Consumer Rights and Responsibility for Products"; In the degree, "Business Law". In other universities, I have taught modules in diplomas or master's degrees, such as the Free School of Law (Mexico City), the Pan American University and the Free Law School of Sinaloa.
Much of my free time has been dedicated to legal research and the production of literature on the issues that have been my passion: the functioning of markets. Thus, I am the author of the following books:
- 1. Mexican Insolvency Law, Porrúa Publishing House, 2005.
- 2. Consumers' Right to Information. An Approach to Misleading Advertising in Mexico, Editorial Porrúa-ITAM, 2007.
- 3. Consumer jurisprudence. Editorial Tirant Lo Blanch- ITAM, 2012.
- 4. Collective actions in Mexican law. Collective work. Editorial Tirant Lo Blanch, 2014.
- 5. State, market and law. Editorial Tirant Lo Blanch, 2014.
In addition, academic articles have been published in Mexico's most respected journals, such as: The World of Lawyers, the Revista de Derecho Privado de la Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas de la UNAM, the ITAM Business Review, the Revista de la Instituto de la Judicatura Federal and the Revista de la Universidad Veracruzana, to mention the most representative.
RELEVANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEXICAN LAW SYSTEM
In the period between 2007 and 2010, I was part of the academic group that drafted the constitutional reform on collective actions and access to justice, culminating in the addition of the fifth paragraph to article 17 of the Constitution in 2010. I also participated actively in the Drafting of the reforms to the Federal Code of Civil Procedures to adjust it to the constitutional mandate on collective access to justice, which happened with the 2011 reform.