Degree in Law from the Universitat de les Illes Balears in 2008
Special degree prize in 2008 from the Universitat de les Illes Balears.
Masters in Insolvency Administration in 2012 from the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija.
Masters in Corporate Law from the University of the Balearic Islands, 2014.
Master’s Degree in Public Procurement Law from the University of Castilla-La Mancha, 2017.
Editor of the ‘Contract Law’ section of the Wolters Kluwer journal Actualidad Civil.
Author of A Practical Vision of Supreme Court Jurisprudence on Law 57/1968 and the Building Standards Act (LOE), and of many juridical publications.
2017 Degà Miquel Frontera award. 2016 Diario La Ley Readers award.
He joined the Association of Lawyers of the Balearic Islands in 2008 and joined this firm in September of the same year.
Law won out over his other great weakness, History, which almost stood in the way on his path towards becoming a lawyer. Something similar happened to him later on with criminal law, which was pushed aside by his passion commercial law. After accepting this firm’s offer –which he valued over other more lucrative offers from leading national firms he has never lost sight of the professional advice he received when he arrived: “one of the fundamental pillars of this profession is empathy, being able to put yourself in the place of the client, your colleague or the opposing party”.
Historical novels, Russian literature and period movies, for their re-creation in the dialogues, enrich his free time along with the playing football and paddle tennis, always on a team.
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