Born in Caracas, Venezuela, 1955; admitted, 1979, Caracas, Venezuela; 1994, Managua, Nicaragua. Nicaraguan and Venezuelan attorney. Education: Catholic University Andrés Bello, Venezuela (JD, 1979); Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, US; Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (LLM, 1981). Senior partner from 1992 to present, Alvarado y Asociados; representative of the law firm Bentata Hoet & Associates in Miami, Florida, 1989–1992; foreign associate and law clerk at Steel Hector & Davis, Miami, Florida, 1986–1989; foreign associate at Pennie & Edmonds, New York, 1982–1980; internship at the Office of Legal Affairs; graduate student intern programme, United Nations, New York, Juneto October 1981. Languages: English and Spanish. Practice areas: foreign investments, commercial and corporate law and industrial property law, among others. Nicaraguan and Venezuelan attorney.
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