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Arturo Lara Martínez, Research Professor of the Department of Law of the Division of Political and Governmental Law, U. de Guanajuato; Present Federal Judge of the First courtroom of the Court of Litigious Administration of Guanajuato; Licenciado in Law and postgraduate in Notario Público, U. de Guanajuato; Master of Public Administration and Management, U. Carlos III, Madrid; Master of Constitutional Law and Amparo, U. Iberomericana; PhD in Interagency Law, jointly offered by four public Universities of the central western region of the ANUIES.
Robert E. Lutz, Profile Prof. Southwestern Law School; B.A., Univ. of So. Calif.; J.D., U.C. Berkeley (Boalt Hall); Former Chair, ABA Section of International Law; NAFTA and WTO Panel Arbitrator, and int’l arbitrator of private disputes. Member, NAFTA Adv. Cme on Private Commercial Disputes; Former Member-US State Dept. Advisory Committee on International Law; Former Chair and current member, ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services; member, ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20. Co-author of INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY (Aspen); and author of A LAWYER'S GUIDE TO ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENTS HERE AND ABROAD (Cambridge U. Press), and of articles on other international and trade law subjects; and many journal articles. Teaches International Trade & Investment Law, International Business Transactions, International Litigation & Arbitration, and Public International Law.
William MacPherson, Profile Co-director, Guanajuato Summer Law Institute; UNM School of Law; J.D., B.A., UNM. Taught in Guatemala, Mexico and Southeast Asia; founding director of Summer Law Institute; former director of clinical Programs; Regent Scholar; clerk for N.M. Supreme Court Chief Justice and Deputy General Counsel for the Navajo Nation.
Jennifer Moore, Profile Professor, UNM School of Law; J.D., Harvard Law School, B.A., Amherst College. Has taught International Law, Refugee Law and Human Rights Law at the University of New Mexico School of Law since 1995; taught International Law at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania as a Fulbright Senior Scholar in 2002. She is the author of Humanitarian Law in Action within Africa (Oxford University Press 2012).
Antonio Olguín Torres, General coordinator of programs and Professor of the Department of Law of the Division of Political and Governmental Law, U.de Guanajuato; Licenciado in Law and postgraduate in Notario Público, U. de Guanajuato; Master in Social Science, Southern Oregon University; Master in “Constitutional challenges of the 21st century,” U. de Barcelona, Spain; studying for PhD in Interagency Law, jointly offered by four public Universities of the central western region of the ANUIES.
Jesús Ortega de la Peña, Professor of the Department of Law of the Division of Political and Governmental Law, U. de Guanajuato; Present Federal Judge and President of the Third Collegiate Court in Civil and Labor matters; Licenciado in Law and postgraduate in Collective Negotiation and Notatario Público, U. de Guanajuato; Judicial specialization in the National Supreme Court; M.A. in Fiscal Policy, U. de León; PhD, U. de Granada España; Certified in Legal Argument and Organizational Development, U. Iberoamericana; studying M.A., Human Rights, El Juicio de Amparo (action for infringements of fundamental rights and freedoms) and Constitutional process, Instituto de Estudios Superiores en Derecho Penal INDEPAC.
Jorge A. Ramírez, Profile Professor and Associate Dean for International Programs, Texas Tech U. School of Law; J.D., B.A., Harvard U. Teaches NAFTA, public international law, international business transactions and professional responsibility; lectured in Mexico, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Bolivia and Lithuania on NAFTA, international trade, and public international law.
Antoinette Sedillo López, Profile Director, Guanajuato Summer Law Institute; Professor, UNM School of Law; J.D., UCLA, B.U.S., UNM. Author of articles on international child abduction, Navajo marriage, Latino issues, international women’s rights, cross-border experiences; and a book on family law in New Mexico. Member, International Family Law Society; has taught International Family Law and International Women’s Rights and a course in Germany on the Nuremberg trials in 2010.
Juan René Segura Ricaño, Professor – Researcher of the Department of Law since 1977; Licenciado in Law and postgraduate, U. de Guanajuato; International Academic Accreditation Representative for the Union of Latin American Universities; Academic Accreditation Representative for the National Association of Law Schools and for the Association of Law Schools of Latin America; Member of the Mexican Academy of Labor Law.
Jesús Soriano Flores, Present Research Professor of the Department of Law of the Division of Political and Governmental Law; Licenciado in Law, U. de Guanajuato; Master of Constitutional Law, U. Iberoamericana and the Institute of Legal Investigation, UNAM; graduate of course on "Human Rights,” U. de Alcalá in Henares, Spain; studying PhD in Interagency Law, jointly offered by four public Universities of the central western region of the ANUIES.
Pedro Vásquez Nieto, Co-director, Guanajuato Summer Law Institute; Professor U. de Guanajuato and Notario specializing in Mexican Business Law. Former Director of the U. de Guanajuato Law School; President of the College of Notarios.
Christine Zuni Cruz, Profile Director, UNM Southwest Indian Law Clinic; Professor, UNM School of Law; J.D., UNM School of Law, B.A. Stanford U.; taught at the U. of Hawai’i-Manoa School of Law; associate justice, Pueblo of Isleta Appellate Court; tribal court judge, Pueblo of Laguna and Pueblo of Taos; appellate judge, Isleta Court of Tax Appeals; appellate judge, Southwest Intertribal Court of Appeals; tribal gaming commissioner, Pueblo of Isleta; UNM Law School editor-in-chief, Tribal Law Journal.
Gloria G. Gomez, M.B.A., College of Santa Fe.
Kelli Grady, B.A., UNM.
Joan Hicks Romero, B.A., Wheaton College.