AlmudenaIf you can’t explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough (A.Einstein)
Attorney-at-law (imagine if I say that I did not go to law school!). Admitted to practice law in Spain and in the state of New York. I have studied at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universität zu Köln and University of Miami. I also hold a degree in Political Science and Administration and an LL.M. in international and US Law. Before setting up this law firm, I used to be a Senior Associate at ONTIER. I have work experience in Germany, Belgium and the United States. I like being a lecturer at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and ISDE and I am often a speaker at AIJA and different chambers of commerce in Spain. I can work in Spanish, English, German and French (I speak a little Dutch too, but, to be honest, I will not trust myself with a case in Dutch).
Something that you may not know about me: I was the pianist of the young Orchestra of Madrid and I can play backwards
ElenaNormality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it (Vincent van Gogh)
Attorney-at-law admitted to practice law in Spain. I obtained my law degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a double master with specialization in labor and employment law from Centro de Estudios Garrigues. Before joining álvarez lentner, I worked in the employment department of Clifford Chance and in the labor relations department of Grupo VIPS. I can work in Spanish and English.
Something that you may not know about me: I am mad about movies. When I was a kid I preferred watching classic movies over cartoons
SheilaThe human is as big as the universe and as small as its components (Victoria Kent)
Attorney-at-law admitted to practice law in Spain. I obtained my law degree and my master of legal practice from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Years later, I obtained an additional master with specialization in labor legal consultancy from the Universidad Carlos III. Before joining álvarez lentner, I worked in the labor relations department of Primark. I am also the spokesperson of the Young Lawyers’ Group of the Madrid Bar Association. I mainly work in Spanish.
Something that you may not know about me: Watercolor painting, decoration and photography are my passions; maybe I was an artist in a previous life
TomásTo learn without thinking is confusing, to think without learning is dangerous (Confucius)
Of Counsel. Admitted to practice law in Spain. I have studied at Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE E-3) and I also hold a degree in Management and Administration of Companies. Previously, I worked for two of the largest law firms in Spain, Cuatrecasas and Garrigues, and as in-house counsel for Vodafone. I combine being a lawyer with being a professor at Centro de Estudios Garrigues and at Centro de Estudios Financieros. I can work in Spanish, English, German and Canarian, which is basically Spanish with a nicer accent
Something that you may not know about me: I used to be a basketball star in a local league