Álvaro Sánchez-Pego Lamelas

is Of Counsel and he collaborates with SLJ Abogados from the firm Ubaldis Abogados, of which he is currently managing partner.

He began his professional career in 1992 when he entered the public prosecutor’s career as a Prison Surveillance Prosecutor.
He is specialized in environmental crimes and urban planning prevarication until he started as Chief Prosecutor of the area, where he was Delegate of Domestic Violence and Gender and supervised and coordinated the criminal and economic proceedings in Cantabria.
As well he is specialized in Criminal Law – Civil Procedure and he also provides advice in the area of Economic Criminal Law.

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Education

Degree in Law from the University of Cantabria, 1988.
Judiciary competitions, 1992.
General Council of the Judiciary: Training Course on the Jury Tribunal 1995: General Council of the Judiciary, 1994.
Attorney General’s Office: Criminal Execution, 1995.
Directorate General of the Police: Stay in the Science Police Laboratories, 2001.
Public Prosecutor’s Office: Seminar on the Environment, 2002.
Attorney General’s Office: Course on Shared Custody and Parent-Subsidiary Relations, 2010.

languages

English

Teaching Experience

Newsworthiness: Preparer of opponents for the entrance in the career of Prosecutor, Judicial and Judicial Secretary.
Newsworthiness: Visiting Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Cantabria and professional orientation for postgraduate courses.
Training for the National Police “Updating Criminal Procedure”.

Professional Associations

Bar Association of Cantabria Compliance Cantabrian Prize for Excellence in Economic Criminal Law, 2015.
White Cross Medal of Police Merit, 2011.
Contribution to the entry of approximately 75 professionals in the judicial, prosecutorial and judicial career.

Acknowledgments

Cantabrian Excellent Prize for Economic Criminal Law, 2015.

White Cross Police Merit Medal, 2011.

Contribution to the entry of approximately 75 professionals in the judicial career, prosecutor and Judicial Secretary.