Dr. Roque Albuja Izurieta

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  • Av. 12 de Octubre y Lincoln 16th Floor, Torre 1492, Quito, Ecuador
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Legal Counsel, Attorney General's Office, 1982-1985. Member, Labor Matters Coordination Office for the Presidency of the Republic, 1986. Professor, Civil Law, Catholic University, 1991. Professor, Industrial Property post-graduate course, Andina Simón Bolivar University. Main Delegate, National meeting of lawyers, 1997. Vice President, Ecuadorian Association of Intellectual Property. Permanent Co-Judge, Sixth Chamber, Quito Superior Court of Justice.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Industrial Property Law
  • Litigation
  • Criminal and Labor Laws
  • Immigration Law
  • Corporate Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+593-2 2986570/575  Phone
+593 2 2986580  Fax
Law School Attended:
Catholic University of Ecuador, Doctor of Law
Year of First admission:
1985, Ecuador
Quito Bar Association; Ecuadorean Association of Industrial Property.
Spanish and English

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