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Counsel. Specialized in public law. He drafts urban planning acts and regulations, as well as land and urban planning policies. He also has ample experience in transactions to manage urban planning, in disciplinary proceedings over urban planning issues and in advising on expropriations, environmental issues (water, coastline, noise, etc.) and other special legislation (roads, ports, tourism, logistics, etc.).
He lectures in various master programs on land and urban planning (Universidad de Sevilla, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Universidad de Granada, Instituto de Práctica Empresarial etc.) and in specialized courses. He also lectures and speaks regularly at highly regarded academies, as well as in forums relating to his area of specialty.
He is a member of the Seville Bar Association. He has been the secretary and advisor to many landowners management boards.
He has published several articles on land and urban planning in specialized journals.
Bachelor of Laws, Universidad de Sevilla, 1995. Master in Land and Urban Planning, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 1998. Certified expert in Urban Planning Law, Instituto de Estudios Jurídicos Cajasol, 1996.