October 22, 1938
Founding President, Administrative Law Foundation (1982 to present);
Emeritus Professor, University of Buenos Aires (since 2005);
Judge (2002-2007), Administrative Tribunal, Organization of American States, Washington, D.C.;
Judge, Administrative Tribunal, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. (1994-2011);
Judge, Administrative Tribunal, International Labor Organization, Geneva (2004-).
Judge, Administrative Tribunal, United Nations, (2008-2009).
Member, Board of Directors, European Public Law Organization (Athens, since 2003); Member, Honorary Board, Academy of European Public Law (Athens, since 2006); Member of the Board of Trustees of the European law and Governance School; Member of the European Group of Public Law (since 2013);
Judge (1984-89) and President (1988-89) of the Administrative Tribunal, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C.;
Judge (2002-2007) and President (2006) of the Administrative Tribunal of the Organization of American Sates;
Member, Council of the Buenos Aires Bar Association (1990-92);
Advisor (ad honorem), Constitutional Affairs Commission, House of Deputies of Argentina (1984 to present);
Advisor (ad honorem), Administrative Affairs Commission, Senate of Argentina (1984 to present);
Founding President, Ibero-American Administrative Law Association (2000-2); Honorary President, 2002.
Founding President, International Institute of Latin American Administrative Law (1977-80);
Founding President of the Administrative Law Association of Argentina (1976-78);
Member of the Editorial Board, International Review of Administrative Sciences, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Brussels (1974 to 1989);
Dean, School of Law and Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires (1973);
Substitute Judge, Supreme Court of Justice of Argentina (1972);
Dean, School of Law, La Plata National University (1969); Various teaching assignments as professor of administrative law from 1958 through present in Argentina and throughout Latin America and Europe.
Ph. D. Law and Social Sciences (1960); J.D. (1959), University of Buenos Aires School of Law and Social Sciences.
Over 20 legal publications and textbooks, including a comprehensive Treatise of Administrative Law and Selected Works, Buenos Aires, FDA, 2013; previous editions in Colombia (2nd edition, 2001), Venezuela (1st edition, 2001), Peru (1st edition, 2003), Brazil (1st edition, 2003) and Mexico (1st edition, 2004); numerous contributions to Latin American and European Law Journals. More recently, in English, An Introduction to Law (London, Esperia Publications Ltd., 2003, with a Preface by Spyridon Flogaitis, Director of the European Public Law Organization); in Portuguese, Introduçâo ao Direito (Tradução: Pedro Durão); also as Une introduction au droit (same data); and The Future of Latin America: Can the EU Help? (same data).
Honorary Professor at various Latin American Universities (three in Colombia, two in Argentina, one in Perú);
Participation in numerous conferences, seminars and symposiums worldwide on administrative law issues.
Consultant in connection with numerous legal and developmental projects of the government and Consultant to some international organizations (WB, IDB, UN);
Presiding Judge, Arbitration Tribunal, Buenos Aires, 1994 (in re Mar del Plata Copan ’95 Sociedad del Estado y Swipco S.A.).
Presiding Judge, Arbitration Tribunal, Perú, 2003.
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