Francisco J Glenn

Associate
francisco.glenn@reyeroalvarez.com

 

Francisco J. Glenn graduated from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Caracas, Venezuela, en 1974. He completed Post-Graduate studies in Business Administration and International Law at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada (1975); advanced studies on Corporate Law at Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela (1976); a Master of Laws (LL.M) in Comparative Law from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, U.S.A. (1979); and advanced studies in Maritime Law at the Escuela de Estudios Superiores de la Marina Mercante, Caracas, Venezuela (1981).

He is a member of the Bar Association of the Capital District and of the Venezuelan Maritime Committee.

 

Education:

> Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Law, 1974

> Concordia University, Business Administration and International Law, 1975

> Universidad Central de Venezuela, Advanced Studies in Corporate Law, 1976

> Southern Methodist University (Dallas), Master of Laws (LL.M) in Comparative Law (1978-1979)

> Escuela de Estudios Superiores de la Marina Mercante, Advanced studies in Maritime Law, 1981

Professional Experience:

> Associate Attorney, Head of Collection Department and Chief of Staff Desk at Cardenas, Conde, Blanco, Derlon and Davila, 1976-1980

> Deputy Prosecutor of the Public Ministry, 1976-1977

> Legal Consultant of C.A. Lamp-O-Lux, 1976-1977

> Legal Consultant C.A. C.A. Venezolana de Navegación, 1981-1984

> Counsel for Marshall & Associates, 1988-1990

> Independent Practice, 1990-2005

> First Deputy Judge of First Instance in Civil, Commercial, Agricultural and Transit matters and the judicial district of the state of Nueva Esparta, 2005-2007

> Deputy Superior Judge in Civil, Commercial, Agricultural and Transit matters of the judicial district of the state of Nueva Esparta, 2007-2011

> Member of Reyero Álvarez & Asociados since 2011

Languages:

> Spanish

> English

Practice Areas:

> Aviation Law

> Corporate Law

> Insurance and Reinsurance

> International Trade

> Maritime Law

 

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