Andres is a lawyer in the Litigation and Arbitration Practice Group at FABREGA MOLINO. He specializes in managing civil, commercial, and administrative cases, focusing on its constitutional perspectives.
Prior to FABREGA MOLINO, Andres served as a law clerk to a Panamanian Supreme Court Justice. He reviewed, from the decision-maker side, high-profile cases related to unconstitutionality, habeas data, and fundamental rights protection claims. In this role, he assisted in establishing relevant caselaw for the Panamanian Supreme Court.
Andres has also been part of a reputable local firm’s transactional and regulatory team. He was involved in the acquisition process of companies dedicated to the timber and agricultural industry. He also helped in regulatory matters for multinational companies and energy and telecom market companies.
Andres teaches and researches constitutional law at Universidad Santa María La Antigua. His research focuses on constitutional reasoning in Panama, the separation of powers doctrine, and the effective protection of fundamental rights.