Rodrigo Madero

Rodrigo Madero

Criminal law

Practice Areas: Criminal Law in Mexico City and other Entities of the Mexican Republic, Federal Criminal Law, Fiscal and Financial Criminal Law, Special Criminal Law and Criminal Amparo.

Languages: Spanish and English.

Bachelor of Laws – Iberoamerican University.

Master in Accusatory Criminal Procedure. Oral Trial – National Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Law (INDEPAC).

He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Amparo Law and the Accusatory Criminal Justice System at (INDEPAC).

Certified by the Latin American Bar Association in: Criminal Oral Litigation and North American Accusatory System; and, Certification of Interrogation and Cross-examination within the framework of the National Code of Criminal Procedures of Mexico.

He was a panelist for the American Bar Association at the conference “Criminal Enforcement in the Americas: Cooperation Between Government Authorities” in November 2018.

Member of the Mexican Bar, Bar Association.

Columnist for FORO magazine, IDC and Senior Legal Management

Professor of Crimes in particular at the Universidad Anáhuac Sur with the recognition for Best Teacher in 2018.