Director of Judicial Protection of Youth in the Ministry of Justice in France (France)
She is currently Director of Judicial Protection of Youth in the Ministry of Justice in France. It was Auditor of Justice (1986). Since 1988 he was a judge in juvenile court (TGI) of Douai, Evry, Paris and Créteil.
Independent Professor at the National School of Magistrates 1995-2000, was President of the juvenile court in Creteil since 2007 and President of the French Association of Magistrates for Youth and Family (2007-2012).
Chair of Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (UK)
Lord (Tom) McNally was appointed Chair of the Youth Justice Board in December 2013 and took up post in March, 2014. Previously he served as Minister of State for Justice and Deputy Leader of the House of Lords 2010 to 2013. He was Liberal Democrat Leader in the House of Lords 2004 to 2013. Tom was educated at University College London where he obtained a B.Sc. (econ) in economics and social history. He was made a Fellow of UCL in 1995 and received an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Hertfordshire in 2010. He was member of Parliament for Stockport South 1979 to 1983 and served on the Select Committee on Industry and trade. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, the Parliament/ Industry Trust and the Royal Society of Arts.
Doctor in Psychology with speciality in Clinic and Forensic by the University of La Coruña. Doctor in Health Sciences by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid.
Pedagogy therapist. Psychologist on voluntary leave of the Prosecutor’s Office of the High Court of Justice and the Juvenile Court in Madrid, where he has practised for 30 years.
Ambassador of the Ibero-American Association of Judicial Psychology of which he was President.
Psychology professor in the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. Participates in the Master of Psychopathology and Health and Forensic Psychology.
Guest professor in several universities. Supporter of the ONG “Fundación Pequeño Deseo”. President of the Governing Committee of the Program RecURRA-GINSO for parent and children in conflict. President of the Spanish Association for the Study of the Parent and Children Violence. Writer with thirty-eight titles, some of them best sellers like the “The Small Dictator”. Other titles are “What can be asked to the life?”; “Emotional Map”; “Psycho-hygiene”.
Talk show guest in media, as an expert in childhood and psychology. First Ombudsman for Children in Spain. He was also President of the European Network of Ombudsman for Children. Member of the Promoting Council of the Psychology Academy in Spain.
Judge in the Juvenile Court nº1 in Madrid. Specialised in the Juvenile Jurisdiction. Master in Human Rights.
International Consultant in youth justice in several countries like Dominican Republic, Panama, Guatemala, Colombia, Uruguay and Mexico. She has been a member of the Judicial Service by public examination for 28 years. She has been a member of the European Judicial Network for 10 years.
She has participated in legal cooperative activities in Holland, Poland, France, Italy, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Number one in the specialization on juvenile field.
She has participated in the Exchange Programme for Judicial Authorities in Bialistoc, Poland, 2011. Professor in the Universidad Autonoma of Madrid and in the University of San Pablo CEU. Holder of a Diploma in Interculturality.
Professor of Criminology and Deputy Director of the School for Criminal Sciences at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
Marcelo F. Aebi is Professor of Criminology and Deputy Director of the School for Criminal Sciences at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He has a Ph.D., with honours, and a M.A. in criminology from the University of Lausanne as well as an M.A. in law from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. With a grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation, he has been a visiting fellow at the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice (New Jersey, United States of America) and at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (Freiburg, Germany). He has been Deputy Director and Professor of Criminology at the Andalusian Institute of Criminology of the University of Seville (Spain) and associate professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain), where he remains an invited professor. His main research topics include comparative criminology, corrections, methodology, juvenile delinquency, drugs and crime, and victimization and self-reported delinquency studies. Marcelo F. Aebi is also a consultant expert of the Council of Europe and the European Commission, as well as the Executive Secretary of the European Society of Criminology.
Degree in Law by the University Complutense of Madrid. Degree in psychology by the National University of Distance Education (UNED). Student of Social and Cultural Anthropology in the UNED.
Member of the Judicial Service in active by public examination.
He has been destined to:
– Court of First Instance nº1 and Dean in Montilla (Córdoba).
– Criminal Court nº4 in Huelva.
– Juvenile Court nº1 in Córdoba (currently).
Former Senior Judge in Córdoba by election.
He has taught courses in the Bar Association of Córdoba, National Police, Spanish Military Police, Local Police, General Council of the Judiciary, Andalusian Institute of the Public Service, UNED, University of Córdoba, University of Seville and other private entities.
Professor PhD. General Ioan Chiş „Nicolae Titulescu” University in Bucharest Faculty of Law
Starting with 1968, he followed the courses of the School of Officers within the Ministry of Internal Affairs – penitentiary army – and graduated as promotion leader in 1970, and subsequently he worked in the prison field for 30 years, having various positions, among which that of director general of National Administration of Penitentiaries.
After 1989, he was initiator and coordinator of the institution’s transfer from the Ministry of Internal Affairs to the Ministry of Justice and the initiator of the Emergency Reform Program of the Prison System of the Romanian Government. He was elected as Romanian Representative in the Board of Directors Committee of Prison Administrations of European Council, between 1990-1997, and at present he is a member of the Counselling Board of National Administration of Penitentiaries in Romania.
He collaborated with various universities being at present professor in Penal Law at the Law Faculty within „Nicolae Titulescu” University in Bucharest, and now he is a PhD. coordinator in penal executional law.
He published reference books like: „Romanian Prisons’ History”, „Executional Penal Law”, „Humanism of Romanian Penal Executional Law” and he co-operated with many magazines and publications in Europe, USA and Canada. He worked for the Treaty “New Penal Code Commented” within the Department of Penal Sciences, and he was awarded the prize “Vintilă Rogoz” which reached its third edition.
Soon, his paper “Execution of penal sanctions” will be edited, consisting of the most important aspects of serving of new punishments and educative measures which are stipulated by the new codes and law on serving of penalties and probation.
For his activity in the field of offenders’ reinsertion in USA, he was entitled “general of honour of Alabama State”. The Romanian Stat granted him all orders and medals associated with his rank as well as the Order of merit in rank of Chevalier for his work of faithful service in the name of the state.
Assistant Professor PhD. Arch. Georgică Mitrache “Ion Mincu” Architecture University in Bucharest Faculty of Architecture
He graduated “Ion Mincu” Architecture Institute in 1987, becoming Phd. in architecture in 1999. His profession of architect is enriched by his pedagogical activity within “Ion Mincu” Architecture Institute in Bucharest, being assistant professor PhD. architect.
The projects in his activity book are wide ranged from homes to offices and urban renovations.
Starting with 2014, he was involved in a co-operation with the prison system as coordinator from Architecture University of the project entitled “Ideas’ Competition” implemented in partnership with the National Administration of Penitentiaries in Romania, in which the students of Architecture University, in the 5th year, generated architecture projects in order to facilitate the functioning of an educative centre for minors and young offenders. It was followed in 2015 by a Catalogue edition of the most representative and innovative projects proposed by the students.
Director General National Administration of Penitentiaries in Romania Ministry of Justice
He started his career in the Romanian penitentiary system in 1995 as operational support staff and then as prison instructor at Slobozia Prison. Between 1997 and 2002 he was legal advisor at the National Prison Administration. For 5 years (2002 – 2007) he was Governor of the Poarta Alba Prison. Between 2008 and 2010, he was director of the Social Reintegration Direction and then Deputy Director for education and psychosocial assistance at the Poarta Alba Prison.
Since 2012 he was Deputy General Director of the Romanian Prison Administration and from 2013, he was promoted to the post of General Director.
He has graduated from the Police Academy in 1995 with a BA in Legal Sciences and has obtained an MA at the Faculty of Law, Bucharest University in 1996. He has a number of post-graduate certificates: UN/MFA course on “Stabilization and reconstruction in the post-conflict areas” (Bucharest, 2009); COMET – Communication for European training managers” (Florence, Italy, 2011); Certificate from the Centre for professional training and regional development Association (Constanta, 2011).
He has taken part in numerous international events organised by meetings the Council of Europe, the European Union, UN, I.C.P.A. and E.P.E.A.
Deputy Director General National Administration of Penitentiaries in Romania Ministry of Justice
She graduated Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca and she began working as a specialist officer, i.e. a psychologist in the prison system in March 2004 at Gherla Penitentiary.
She is a professional with constant professional ascending: during the period 2006-2010 she was Head of Psychosocial Assistance Service in Gherla Penitentiary and from 2010 until the end of last year she coordinated Social Reintegration Department within the National Administration of Penitentiaries in Romania. Since December 2014 she was appointed deputy general director of National Administration of Penitentiaries.
She continued her professional training graduating courses and special trainings: Master in Penal Sciences and Criminalistics, Master in Abnormal Behaviour, Criminality, Social Intervention and Prevention, Post-graduation University Course in Judicial Psychology, Leadership and Good Governing, Communication in Official Language, Human Resources Manager, Psychological Profiler, Cognitive Behavioural Interventions for Prisoners with suicide risk, toxicology records and aggressive behaviour, “Cognitive Behavioural Intervention. Fundamentals.”, “Psych diagnostic and Clinical Assessment. Fundamentals”. At present she is following the program of PhD. at Psychology Doctoral School of Bucharest University.
She has been a member of professional various organizations in Romania and abroad since 2012, and she represents Estern Europe in the Steering Committee of European Prison Education Association.
Director General National Department of Probation Ministry of Justice
She is currently director general of the National Probation Directorate within the Romanian Ministry of Justice, ensuring the management of the probation system at the national level.
In 2000, after graduating The Philosophy Faculty in Iasi – Social Work section, she started her activity as a social worker with a local NGO which along with several NGOs from other regions of the country was piloting at that time the first probation elements in Romania. In 2001, after passing a competition, she was appointed within the newly developed probation service under the coordination of the Ministry of Justice. She continued her studies and graduated in 2002 a Master program of the Bucharest University on Community Justice Administration.
As an employee of the probation service for the past 12 years Ms. Carbunaru has served as probation counsellor (1,5 years), seconded probation counsellor within the Ministry of Justice (4 years), probation inspector (1,5 years), director of probation (6 years).
Her international experience includes working with probation services from Europe, Middle East and North America.
Associated Professor PhD. Vladislav Elena Otilia University of Bucharest Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences
She graduated the Faculty of Sociology, Psychology and Pedagogy within University of Bucharest in 1995 and she became PhD. in Psychology in 2006.
She is a clinical psychologist and a principal psychotherapist. She teaches Projective Techniques, Child and Youngster Projective Psycho-Diagnosis, Adult Psycho-Diagnosis, Child, Couple and Family Evaluation, Counselling and Psychotherapy. Since 2003 she has been a trainer of Romanian Experiential Psychotherapy Society (SPER) and beginning with 2011 she has been a trainer of post-university professional training course Psychological Expertise and Clinical Psychology, organized by the Judicial Psychology Institute.
Among her reference publications there are: „The Self-Concept at Adolescents – Evaluation and Optimization in Experiential Group” (2009), „Projective Technics” (2012), „Psychological Evaluation of Child and Youngsters” (2014).
To her didactic activity, the scientific research has been constantly performed since 1996 within the national and international projects implemented as well as the private practice that has been done since 2007 in the field of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy within the Individual Cabinet pf Psychology Vladislav Elena.
Assisstant Professor PhD. Violeta Ştefania Rotărescu University of Bucharest Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences
She graduated the Faculty of Sociology, Psychology and Pedagogy within the University of Bucharest in 1996, becoming a PhD. in Psychology in 2006, and in 2013 she was awarded the decree of legal medical psychiatry following graduation of postdoctoral studies.
At present she teaches Neuropsychology, Cognitive Psychology, Economic Psychology, Work Psychology, Organizational Psychology and Human Resources, Organizational Management, Organization Pathology.
Among reference publications there are: „Neuronal Networks in Psychology Attention” (1997), „Self Biographic Memory: Modern Trends in Cognitive Psychology” (2001), “Human Resources and Intellectual Elites – before and after 1989” (2008), „A model of Self Biographic Memory: Empiric Research” (2013), „Theoretic Perspectives in terms of Laterals” (2013), „Relation between Mind, Body and Affective Sides” (2013).
As a psychologist she is working in different specializations like psychologist in school psychology and vocational training, clinical psychologist, counselling psychologist for organizational environment, supervising psychologist for work psychology.
Assist. Professor Neven Ricijaš, PhD University of Zagreb Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences Department of Behaviour Disorders
Neven Ricijaš, PhD works as an assistant professor at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Behaviour Disorders, where he teaches juvenile delinquency, alternative/community sanction and phenomenology of behaviour disorders.
His main research interests are developmental theories of risk and delinquent behaviour, probation sanctions and implementation of evidence-based community interventions for offenders and different types of youth risk behaviour, especially youth gambling. He was a head of two national research projects, one on juvenile probation in Croatia and one on youth gambling activities.
Dr. Ricijaš also works as probation officer and councillor for young offenders, and is involved in different commissions in the Croatian Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Social Policy and Youth in implementation of successful interventions for offenders.
He published more than 20 scientific articles, two books about juvenile probation and peer pressure, held different trainings for professionals working with offenders and is currently Head of the Centre for Lifelong Learning at the Faculty. He is also Faculty’s representative at the European Council of Juvenile Justice.
Professor Bernard Gangloff, PhD University of Rouen (France) Department of Social Work and Organizational Psychology
PhD in Social Psychology, licensed to direct PhD theses in Psychology, degree in Law and Master in Gestion, he is member of LAPPS (Parisian Laboratory of Social Psychology), Vice-President of the International Association of French-Speaking Work Psychology.
Guest Professor in the Universities of Mendoza (Argentina), Bruxelles (Belgium), Oruro (Bolivia), Joao Pessoa (Brazil), Playa Ancha (Chile), Fez (Morocco), Timisoara (Romania), Neuchatel (Swiss). Former Engineer in Human Resources has an experience of 10 years.
Awards: Member of the Social Sciences Academy (Argentina), Professor “Honoris Causa” of Tibiscus University (Romania).
Summary of activities:
Teaching in University: 1st year till PhD theses.
Research: 14 books and chapters, 71 articles in scientific reviews, 93 communications in international congresses.
Other responsibilities: regular reviewer for specialized scientific magazines, Member or President of various Scientific and Organizational Committees in National and International Congresses, Publishing Director of a Collection (“Work Psychology and Human Resources”): 25 books published.
Professor Peter Ruzsonyi, PhD National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary Faculty of Law Enforcement
Corr. brigadier general, university professor, he is the Dean of the Faculty of Law Enforcement, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary.
PhD degree, Criminal-pedagogy and The Juvenile Justice System.
Visiting Professor and lecturer at University of Malta, Estonian Public Service Academy, Tallinn, Estonia, and Centre for Legal Studies of Catalonia – Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
Publications: 3 books, 45 essays
Programmes and lectures abroad: 40 times – moderator in several workshops during the International Conferences.
Professor „Aaron T. Beck” PhD.
At present, Professor David is according to Thomson ISI/Web of Science and the analysis made by Ad-Astra Researcher’s Association in Romania, the psychologist having the strongest impact in national and international specialty literature taking into account the number of his readers in the scientific community.
Being the owner of the international title “Aaron T. Beck”, Professor Aaron T. Beck is, together with Albert Ellis, the founder of psycho-cognitive approaches and therapies and a university professor at Pennsylvania University, USA, being considered the most influent psychotherapist alive as a result of the specialized inquires.
He is University Professor PhD. (of clinical cognitive sciences) at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, within Babeş-Bolyai University. Since 2007, he leads doctorate degree theses in the field of psychology being the head of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy Desk within Babeş-Bolyai University. He is University associated professor PhD. (deputy professor) at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Oncologic Sciences Department, USA.
He is Director Founder of „Babeş-Bolyai–PsyTech” Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy University Desk within Babeş-Bolyai University – Excellence School organizing license, master, doctorate/post doctorate and post university programs.
Other relevant professional experiences:
– President of International Institute for the Advanced Studies of Psychotherapy and Applied Mental Health;
– Editor founder at Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies (Indexed Magazine ISI/Web of Science);
– National Representative at European Science Foundation (Social Sciences Standing Committee);
– International Evaluator (i.e. FP, ESF, NSF, Israel Science Foundation, Australian Medical Council);
– President of Psychologist College in Romania, Cluj branch;
– President of Cognitive Psychotherapies and Behavioural Association in Romania.
Judge-Juvenile and Family Court of Braşov
She graduated the Faculty of Law at the University of Bucharest in 1996. In the period 1999-2001 she started her activity as a trainee Prosecutor at Prosecutor’s Office District Court of Miercurea Ciuc, Harghita County, subsequently acting as judge at the Regional Court in Miercurea Ciuc, Harghita County (2001-2005) and at Sf.Gheorghe’s Court, Covasna County (2005-2007).
Since 2007, she is judge of the juvenile and Family Court of Brasov, Brasov County. In the period 2009-2012 she has acted as President of the Juvenile and Family Court. She is specialized in solving causes of juveniles and family, both in criminal and civil matters, since 2001 and so far.
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Psychology of the Tibiscus University of Timisoara. September 2012 – April 2013 Director of the Psychology Department of the Faculty of Psychology, director of “Psychotherapies and Clinical Psychology” Master program of the same Faculty, Commissioner of Prisons, psychologist at the Reeducation Centre Buziaş.
PhD in Psychology from University of Bucharest (2004), in-depth studies “Psycho-pedagogy of Integrated Education” (1998), and graduate (1997) from Faculty of Sociology and Psychology, West University of Timisoara.
She is visiting professor at the Bordeaux II University Victor Segalen and University of Rouen (France), University of Salerno (Italy), Akerhus Universitetssukehus HF (Norway).
Expert of the Romanian delegation to support the consolidated report at the 51st session of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (2009), special advisor of the Forensic Provisions Approving Committee of the Institute of Forensic Medicine Timisoara (2002).
Scientific activity: 4 volumes published, 60 articles published and communicated in scientific journals or at conferences in Romania and abroad, member of the management teams of European funds financed projects, chairman of two international conferences, member of EPEA (European Prison Education Association), member of the College of Psychologists of Romania, president of the Association of Family and Couple Therapy Timisoara.
Managing Director of Community of Madrid’s Agency for the Re-education and Reintegration of Young Offenders (Spain).
Degree in Law by Comillas Pontifical University ICAI-ICADE. She has a Master’s Degree in Needs, Rights and Cooperation with Development in Childhood (University Institute of Needs and Rights of Children and Adolescents. UNICEF-Autonomous University of Madrid) and an Expert’s Degree in Criminology and Juvenile Delinquency.
She has been the Managing Director of Community of Madrid’s Agency for the Re-education and Reintegration of Young Offenders since 2011. She has focused on the development of actions and programs adapted to the needs of young offenders in the Community of Madrid. To this end, the Agency encourages the development of various courses of action, such as the individualization of intervention, support to families of young offenders, the development of specialized programs and specialized professional training.
She has participated in various conferences and training courses at different universities, such as Spain’s Distance Education University, Autonomous University of Madrid, Complutense University of Madrid, European University of Madrid, University of Almería and Comillas Pontifical University.
Chairman of the Youth Court Committee of the Magistrates’ Association for England and Wales (UK).
The Magistrates’ Association represents the collective voice of over 18,000 magistrates in England and Wales. The Youth Court Committee leads on matters relating to the administration of youth justice, making representations on policy to key stakeholders in Parliament and Government. It supports members in terms of training and guidance.
Fiona has been a magistrate for over 15 years and is a chairman in adult and youth criminal courts. She has chaired her local Probation Liaison Committee and is a member of the Bench Training and Development Committee. She is currently chairman of the South West London Youth Panel.
She has a master’s degree (LLM) in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.
Board member of IPS | QUALIFY JUST – Justice Solutions and of BSAFE LAB Law enforcement, Justice and Public Safety Research and Technology Transfer jointly setup by the UBI university, IPS and Microsoft Portugal.
He holds a sociology degree and a MA from the College of Europe in Bruges. Pedro He has been working on public administration for more than 15 years, and on Justice Innovation Systems in different European countries.
Pedro is/has been part of the coordination team of different EU pilot and policy development projects focusing youngsters under custody, namely the “MY COMMUNITY PASSPORT (MyCompass): Key Competencies for Minor Offender Reintegration”; “EFCCP – European Framework of Competences for Community Professionals in Gang Environments” and “EIGEP European Interaction Guidelines for Education Professionals when working with Children in Juvenile Justice Contexts”.
He has been coordinating major implementations in Portugal, Romania, Argentina and Guatemala also supporting specific projects in Germany.
On behalf of IPS he has been invited as guest observer to European Commission and Council of Europe meetings and as a speaker in several international events organized by the Council of Europe, ICPA, EIPA, the European Commission and governments from different Member States.
He graduated in Anthropology from the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra, with Minor in Biological Anthropology.
He began developing the technical functions on the international team of ADIS Meridianos with various collaborations at the international level, member of the group responsible for organizing events at European level and collaborating on several occasions in volunteer activities and labor insertion of young people in Spain and Portugal . After this first phase in ADIS Meridians, developed the functions of Educator on a Educational Center in Spain.
One of the Responsibles who carried out the implementation of the educational project of the União Meridianos in Portugal, initial training, selection of professionals and installation of Educational centers of Madeira and Santa Clara / Vila do Conde, as Coordinator in the União Meridianos Portugal.
It was also Technical Director of The União Meridianos organization in Portugal for several years.
Right now it is one of the leaders of the Meridians International, and performs the supervision of various projects.
Ioan Durnescu is a professor at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work. He is co-editor of the European Journal of Probation and author or a number of books and articles published in Romania and abroad. Together with prof. van Kalmthout he is also the editor of Probation in Europe book commissioned by the European Conference of Probation (better known as CEP). His main research interests are: comparative probation, working with offenders to improve their life, staff skills and characteristics (who works), prison work, resettlement and so on.
Chairman Meridians International
– Law Degree, Portuguese Catholic University Human Sciences Law School (1985)
– Ph.D on Legal and Political Sciences, Portuguese Catholic University Law School (2004)
– Master Studies on Legal and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon Law School (1990)
– Registered with the Portuguese Bar Association
– Of-Counsel with Abreu Advogados since 2012
– Professor at the Portuguese Catholic University Law School since 1990
– Lawyer at Garrigues Portugal (2007-2012)
– Director of the Portuguese Catholic University Law School (School of Lisbon) (2005-2011)
– Chairman of the Revision Committee for the Public Service’s Career and Remuneration System (2005-2006)
– Legal Consultant with Caixa Geral de Depósitos (1989-2005)
– Trainee Assistant and then Assistant at the University of Lisbon Law School (1986-2000)
– Legal adviser to the Portuguese Prime Minister, Mr. Cavaco Silva (1994-1995)
– Member of the High Council of Administrative and Fiscal Courts, designated by the President of the Portuguese Republic
– Collaborated in several courses, conferences and seminars and published several books on Administrative Law and Constitutional Law
– Public Law and Environmental Law
Juan Luis Rascón Ortega (Begijar –Jaén-, 1961), studied Law in the University of Granada (1979-1984).
Judge by public examination since 1987. Prosecutor by public examination since 1987. As a judge he has worked in many judicial bodies: Court of First Instance, Investigating Court, Criminal Court, Court of Violence against Women, Provincial Court; nowadays he works in the Juvenile Court nº2 of Córdoba and province.
Deputy of the Spanish Parliament by the constituency in Córdoba (2004-2011).
Professor of Constitutional Law in the Faculty of Law in Córdoba (1990-2014).
Professor of Criminal and Procedural Law in the Andalusian Institute of Criminology (1991-2003).
National Spokesman of the Association of Judges for Democracy (2002-2004).
Consultant of the UN (1996-1998).
Author of books and researches in Constitutional, Criminal and Procedural Law. He has given several courses, seminars and Conferences about this subject in and outside the country.
Author of articles about constitutional subjects, Justice and Security in the National Press – El País, El Mundo, ABC, La Vanguardia, El Periódico de Cataluña, Diario Vasco, El Correo de Andalucía, Grupo Joly, Diario Córdoba-.