Labor Law, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Appeal and Last Instance Remedies, Anti-corruption and Investigations
Enrique MacLean Soruco is an Of Counsel at PPO. His functions include the provision of counseling, advisory services, and he also works as a litigation attorney and trainer.
He has ample experience as a litigation attorney in criminal, civil, family and intellectual property proceedings. During several years he directed a family legal firm specialized in Intellectual Property and Corporate Law, and later on he formed a unipersonal legal firm that focused on strategic litigation for individuals as well as companies, particularly in the civil, criminal and family areas. He directed the Study Center on Justice and Participation (CEJIP), a non-profit organization focusing on the investigation of justice reforms. He worked for many years as a consultant for international organizations and cooperation agencies such as AECID, COSUDE, and UNDP in multiple programs and institutional support projects for the Public Prosecutor´s Office, the Ministry of Justice, the Judicial Branch and various organizations of civil society related with the reform of criminal justice and training of judicial operators to develop their oral litigation skills and the modernization of judicial and fiscal management models. He also worked as an investigator and author in the areas of criminal justice and Human Rights, for academic and technical publications, especially aimed at judicial operators and litigation attorneys.
Enrique was a university professor in the subjects of criminal law and intellectual property at Universidad Católica Boliviana “San Pablo”, Universidad Privada Boliviana, Universidad La Salle, Universidad Real. He earned a Master’s Degree in Criminal Law at Universidad de Sevilla, in Spain. He graduated from the Trainers´ Training Program for the Criminal Procedural Reform of Centro de Estudios sobre Justicia de las Américas (CEJA) and was awarded two diplomas in Higher Education and Educational Planning by Universidad Católica Boliviana and Universidad del Valle, respectively.