Ms. Cortés Tamayo is a lawyer from Universidad de los Andes, graduated with an emphasis in entrepreneurship.
She also holds an specialist degree in Administrative Law from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
She works on Administrative and Procedural Law related topics.
Ms. Cortés Tamayo is a junior lawyer at Palacios Lleras since 2016.
She served as an assistant lecturer for Procedural Civil Law, and Administrative Law.
Additionally, she worked an an ad-honorem intern at the Council of State.
Most recently, she organized the first and second Corporate Law Competition at Universidad de Los Andes.
Lawyer from Universidad de los Andes
Specialist in Administrative Law from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Co-author of the article "Theoretical-Practical Approximation to unnamed precautionary measures and anticipative measures". Published in the Instituto Colombiano de Derecho Procesal's law review. No. 42 (Jul. - Dic., 2015), ISSN 0123-2479, ISSN Electrónico 2346 – 3473.
Author of the chapter "Policing action for the protection of occupation or possession as a demonstration of the interim relief”, on the book Approximation to the unnamed precautionary measure in the Colombian context, under the coordination of María del Socorro Rueda, 1st Edition, publisher Universidad de los Andes.Perfil
Mr. Echeverry Castaño is a lawyer from Universidad del Rosario.
He is currently specializing in Administrative Law, at the same university.
He served as an assistant lecturer of Constitutional and State Theory, and as an assistant lecturer of Inheritance Law (I-2015 and 2015-II).
Lawyer from Universidad del Rosario
Currently working on a specialist degree in Administrative Law from the same university.
Prior to working at Palacios Lleras, Mr. Echeverry Castaño worked at a boutique law firm specialized in Administrative Law and Labor Law.
He has been a junior lawyer at Palacios Lleras since 2016 and works on Tax Law, and Administrative Law topics.Perfil
Ms. Díaz Castro is a lawyer from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, where she graduated at the top of her class
She holds an Associates' Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Three Rivers Community College in Norwich, CT, U.S.A.
Ms. Díaz Castro participated in the Investment Arbitration Competition organized by Universidad Externado de Colombia and American University, as well as the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition in Vienna, Austria in 2016 and 2017.
Currently, she focuses on international commercial arbitration disputes and Administrative Law.
Attorney from Universidad Nacional de Colombia
She holds an associates' degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Three Rivers Community College in Connecticut, United States.
Prior to working at Palacios Lleras, she worked at a boutique firm focusing on topics related to international investment law and arbitration.
She also worked as a researcher at the Law Faculty at Universidad Nacional de Colombia focusing on topics related to International Public, Constitutional and Environmental Law.
She has been a lawyer at Palacios Lleras since 2017.
Ms. Díaz Castro is a member of "Colombian Very Young Arbitration Practitioners" and the "Young Arbitrators' Network" from the Bogota Chamber of Commerce.Perfil