Lisandro A. Allende
Education: (i) Lawyer, Buenos Aires' University; (ii) Specialized in Business Legal Advice, Buenos Aires' University; (iii) LL.M. in U.S. and Global Business Law, Suffolk University School of Law; (iv) Attorneys Training Program on, Advanced Negotiation Workshop, Harvard Law School, (v) Academy of American and International Law, The Center for American and International Law (formerly, The Southwestern Legal Foundation), University of Texas, Dallas.
Languages: Spanish, English, French and Portuguese.
Academic Background: (i) Assistant Professor of Commercial Law, Buenos Aires' University, School of Law; and (ii) Chair Professor of Business and Companies Law, University of Business and Social Sciences (UCES).
Publications: Author of a variety of articles, opinions and lectures, both in Argentina and abroad in connection with Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Procedural Law and Arbitration. Publications include, among others, the book: “Operation of the Directory” (“The functioning of a board of directors”), Editorial Astrea.
Membership: (i) Former Director of Buenos Aires Bar Association (CACBA); (ii) Board Member of Buenos Aires Bar Association’s Pro Bono Committee; (iii) The American Association of International Law, Dallas, Texas, Advisory Committee Member; (iv) International Bar Association (IBA), Former Co-Chair, Latin American Regional Forum; (v) Certified Mediator,Austral University; (we) Honorary Member of Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria; (vii) Member of Buenos Aires Bar Association; (viii) Member of San Isidro Bar Association.