Javier practices constitutional litigation by means of collaboration with the different lawyers of the firm, in the elaboration of briefs of constitutional protections, unconstitutionalities, or other constitutional matters that may arise in the practice of each of them. He conducts research involving doctrine, legislation and jurisprudence at a national and international level to support the different areas of the firm.
He specializes in matters of International Public Law and its different branches. He has been the Coordinator of the International Competitions Program of Francisco Marroquín University for three years, in which he has also been a coach for the competitions on International Economic Law and on the World Trade Organization (John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition) and Criminal International Law (International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition).
His teams have won awards for best speakers and best briefs, in multiple regional rounds. Regarding teaching, he is an Assistant Professor of the Constitutionalism course and the Constitutional State course at Francisco Marroquín University.
Degree in Legal and Social Sciences, Lawyer and Notary Public. Summa Cum Laude, Francisco Marroquín University
Antonio Machado y Palomo Award to the Highest Grading Point Average
José Vicente Rodríguez Award to the Highest Cumulative Grading Point Average in Civil Law courses.
Luis Pedro Beltranena Award to the Highest Cumulative Grading Point Average in Administrative Law courses.
José Alberto Orive del Pando Award to the Highest Cumulative Grading Point Average in Introduction to Law courses.