Eduardo García Herdocia

Eduardo García Herdocia

Corporations, real estate

Education: Georgetown Law Center (L.L.M International Law, 2001-2002); Postgraduate International Law, Inter-American Legal Committee, OAS (Rio de Janeiro, 2006); Postgraduate Maritime Law and Law of the Sea (UCA, 2005); Universidad Americana UAM (Law degree, 1995-1999)

Post: Legal Adviser COSEP (2007); General Consul of the Republic of Nicaragua in San Jose, Costa Rica (2006-2007); Legal adviser on the project: International organize crime: Implications and reach in Central America and technical assistant to the Justice Commission of the Nicaraguan Congress (IEEPP, 2006-2007); Legal Adviser of the Fundacion Arias para Paz y el Desarrollo Humano for the project Treaty on Arms Transfer (2005); Legal Adviser for the project Consultation of the White Book of Defense of Nicaragua(CEEI /USAID, 2004-2005); Legal Adviser of the UPD/OAS for the project Central America Legislative Action against Terrorism ( 2004); Security Adviser (Consultant), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua (2003-2004).  Elected for the post of legal adviser in the Secretary of the Financial Task Force of the Caribbean (2011-GAFIC)

Languages: Spanish; English

Area of Practice: Corporations, real estate.