Eduardo Moel Modiano
– Law Degree from the School of Law at the University of Guadalajara (1983).
– Master´s Degree in Arbitration and International Transactions from the Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York, United States of America. Diploma in Corporations from the Pan American University, Guadalajara Campus (1997).
– PhD in Investigative Law (Thesis to be presented) from the Pan American University, Guadalajara Campus (2006).
– Partner of the Law Firm Lazo, Villa, Moel,y Garcia, S.C. From 2004 to 2016 and 2020 to the present date.
– Civic Counsellor of the Judiciary Council of the State of Jalisco (2016-2929).
– Partner of the law firm Hernandez, Mayorquin, Gutierrez Rodriguez and Castillo, S.C. (2001-2004).
– Associate Baker & McKenzie, S.C. in Tijuana, Baja California (1998-2001).
– Litigating attorney at the Kelley, Villa and associates Law Firm (1993-1998).
– Litigating attorney at the Torres and Enrigue public notary (1992-1993).
– Admission to the New York State Bar Association, United States of America (1997).
– Professor of Master´s Course of Corporative and Administrative Contract Laws at the Pan American University, Guadalajara Campus, teaching the master´s degree Common Law Contract, Administrative and Procedure Acts and International Contracts (1997 to present time).
– Professor of Bachelor´s Law Degree at the North Eastern University Iberoamericana, Baja California, teaching Foreign Trade Laws and Foreign Investment Courses. (1998-2000).
– Professor Bachelor´s Law Degree at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO, teaching Administrative Law and Commercial Law (1995- 1998). President and member of the Academy of Administrative Law at the Pan American University, Guadalajara Campus (2014 to the present time).
– Active member of the Mexican Bar Association, A.C., Jalisco Chapter (20005 to the present time).
– Advisor to International Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (2019 to present time).