Alberto Medellín Arámbula

 

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PROFILE

Alberto Medellín has been a member of Santos Elizondo since 2016 and his specialization covers areas of amparo, electoral, civil and mercantile law.

He has worked in different judicial institutions at both the local and federal levels, where he collaborated and oversaw projects for the resolution of trials and means of impugnation related to civil, mercantile, political-electoral issues (voting right, local and federal elections, internal affairs of political parties), human rights and amparo. In Santos Elizondo, Alberto has participated in various civil, mercantile and amparo trials.

Alberto served as Secretary of the Court in the Superior Court of Justice of the State of Nuevo Leon from 2008 to 2011. In the Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación (TEPJF) where he held various positions, including Secretary of Study and Room Account Regional Monterrey (2013 to 2015). From 2015 to 2016 he held the position of Secretary of the Judiciary of the Federation assigned to Chartered Courts of the Fourth Circuit.

In 2007, Alberto graduated as a Law Degree from the Faculty of Law and Criminology of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León and then obtained a master’s degree in law with guidance to the amparo trial in that same faculty. He then gained a specialization in electoral justice by the TEPJF Electoral Justice Training Center in 2014 and finally in 2015 he completed a master’s degree in human rights by the General Council of the Judiciary of Spain and the University of Jaén.

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Amparo law
  • Electoral law
  • Civil law
  • Mercantile law

EDUCATION

  • Master in Human Rights and Effective Judicial Guardianship, Derechos Humanos y Tutela Judicial Efectiva, General Council of the Judiciary of Spain and the University of Jaén (2015)
  • Specialist in Electoral Justice, TEPJF Electoral Justice Training Center (2014)
  • Master in Law with Guidance to the Amparo Trial, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. (2014)
  • Law Degree, Faculty of Law and Criminology, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (2007)

LANGUAGES

  • Spanish
  • English