Attorney graduated from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Caracas, 1997. Postgraduate Degree in Procedural Law from UCAB. Diploma of a Human Rights Program of the Human Rights Academy and International Humanitarian Rights of American University College of Law in Washington, D.C. Course of Urban and Zoning Law from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. She worked as an attorney with the law firm Muci-Abraham y Asociados and in the Executive Direction of Urban Management of the Mayor’s Office of the Chacao Municipality, and as assistant of the Legal Advisor in the Mayor’s Office of the Baruta Municipality until 2007. Since 2002 she is co-author of the Jurisprudence Information of the Public Law Journal, and since 2003 she is author of the Legislative Information of that Journal. She has practiced Law in the areas of International Human Rights Law, litigating cases in the Inter-American System of Human Rights; Administrative Law; Construction Law and Procedural Law.
Attorney graduated from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Caracas, 2000. Currently specializing in Labor Law at the same university (thesis pending). Likewise, he is a Permanent Member of the Venezuelan Institute of Social Law (Chapter of the Venezuelan Academy of Social and Political Sciences) and Member of the Venezuelan Chapter of the Latin American Section of Young Lawyers of the Labor Law and Social Security International Society. He has broad experience in: (i) high direction workers; (ii) expatriate workers; (iii) groups of companies; (iv) labor arbitration; (v) staff reductions; (vi) labor benefits compensations and work conditions; (vii) outsourcing and contractors; (viii) labor accidents and occupational diseases; (ix) collective conflicts; (x) negotiation of demands documents; (xi) labor audits; (xii) judicial procedures; and (xiii) administrative procedures before the authorities of the Labor Administration.
Attorney graduated Cum Laude from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Caracas, 2010. He has a Master’s Degree in International Legal Studies from Stanford University (2012). He is currently specializing in Constitutional Law at Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (thesis pending). He is a professor of Constitutional Law and Human Rights at the UCAB. Mr. Pulido practices in the field of Public Law, having experience in the litigation of human rights (in favor of the victims) in the Inter-American and Universal Systems of human rights protection; Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. He is fluent in English.