Carlos J. García Díaz
He obtained his law degree from the “Universidad Católica Argentina” in 1972. He obtained an LL.M. in Comparative Jurisprudence at New York University School of Law in 1978 and a B.A. in Law at the “Universidad Complutense de Madrid” in 1981. He specializes in international transactions, foreign investment in urban developments, real estate and industrial and business facilities as well as in natural resources law.
He is an assistant professor of natural resources law at “Universidad del Salvador” and a professor of contracts in the graduate course on high technology law at the “Universidad Católica Argentina”.
He has lectured at several institutions, Including: the National Institute of Mining, Oil and Energy Law in Lima (1999), the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, in Denver (1997), the Institute for International Research in Buenos Aires (1996) and the National Mining Society in Santiago, Chile (1994).
He has written many articles for Argentine legal journals and publications specializing in mining and natural resources, and contributed to the book “Lecciones de Derecho Agrario y de los Recursos Naturales” (1998).
He is member of the International Bar Association and the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation.