Alonso López Jiménez
Associate – Public Law and Dispute Resolution: Litigation and Arbitration at ECIJA Costa Rica
T. +506 4000 1141
Alonso counts with experience in Administrative, Constitutional Law, litigation in judiciary, administrative and constitutional cases, management of administrative procedures of public contracts, consumer support in banking issues, disciplinary administrative procedures, and regulatory law of financial entities, mainly banks.
Alonso has a Law degree with emphasis in Technology, E-Commerce and Telecommunications from the University of Costa Rica.
He also studied a Master’s Degree (M2) in Fundamental Public Law at the University of Toulouse I, Capitol (UT1), France.
He has a Master in Comparative French-Latin American Public Law from the University of Costa Rica.
He is a research lawyer in the area of public policy development.
Also, Alonso is a Fulltime professor of the Law School of the Latin American University of Science and Technology (ULACIT): courses in Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Public International Law. Courses in Public Law to prepare alumni for the admission exam of the Costa Rican Bar Association.
He is professor of the School of Humanities of the Latin American University of Science and Technology (ULACIT): Courses on Globalization, Environment and Human Development (also English language modality), Moral Reasoning and Ethical Decisions.
He is making a research with the Costa Rican Parliament and the State of the Nation regarding international treaty agreements signed by Costa Rican Republic: preparation of a comparative matrix of obligations signed by the Costa Rican State in international trade.
Alonso is speaker at the “L’étranger en Droit Public” conference, organized by the “Association Toulousaine des Étudiants et Anciens du Master 2 Droit Public Fondamental”, held at the Guy Isaac Amphitheater of the University of Toulouse I Capitol (UT1).
He is a member of the Costa Rican Bar Association.
Alonso is trilingual in English, French and Spanish (native language).