C. Gustavo Ferrante
Education: (i) Lawyer, Argentine Catholic University; (ii) Academy of American and International Law, The Center for American and International Law (formerly, The Southwestern Legal Foundation), University of Texas, Dallas.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Academic Background: Assistant Professor of Labor and Social Security Law in both graduate and postgraduate courses at Universidad Católica Argentina.
Publications: (i) Author of several articles and material connected with labor law for specialized publications; (ii) Co-author of several books on labor matters, particularly in connection with international transfers of employees; (iii) Co-lecturer on Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in connection with cross-border labor relations prepared for the XXII Argentine Conference on International Law organized by the Argentine International Law Association (2010); (iv) Speaker of the topic “The role of case law in the fight against discrimination”, prepared on behalf of the Argentine Association of Labor and Social Security Law for the IX American Regional Congress on Labor and Social Security Law held in Guayaquil, Ecuador (2013): (v) Official speaker for Argentina at the River Plate Conference on Labor and Social Security Law, Colon, Between rivers, Argentina (2015) on the topic Social Protection of Migrant Workers.
Membership: (i) Member of Buenos Aires Bar Association; (ii) Member of Argentine Labor and Social Security Law Association, having acted as member of the Association’s Board for several years; (iii) Member of several Collective Bargaining Committees; (iv) Member of San Isidro Bar Association.
Other Activities: Former Settlements Clerk and Former Advisor for the Ministry of Labor of Argentina.