Partner  
 
E-mail: gbolivar@aguilarloera.com
 
     
  EDUCATION

Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico (Law degree with Honors 1987); Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, Master in Law of the European Union, 1997 and Diploma in Antitrust, 1997. European Institute for Public Affairs and Lobbying, EIPAL, Belgium, Diploma in Lobbying , 1998
 
     
     
  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Partner, Aguilar & Loera Abogados (2013 to present); Panelist before the World Trade Organization (2011-2012); Panelist for Chapter XIX of the North American Free Trade Agreement (2008-2011); Partner, JRA (2007- 2013); Member of the list of experts in the matter of International Trade of the WTO (2007-present); Partner, LVHS, S.C. (2002-2007); Senior Associate, JNNR S.C. (1999-2002); Foreign Associate for O’Melveny and Myers, LLP, Law Firm, Washington D.C. (1998-1999); Foreign Associate for O’Connor and Company, European Lawyers, Brussels (1997-1998). Bilateral Legal Proceedings Director and Chief of Staff Coordinator for the International Trade Practices Unit in the Ministry of the Economy (1993-1996)
 
     
     
  ACADEMIA

Since 1999 has conducted various seminars in the United States and in Mexico; has taught Law in both undergraduate and masters programs at the Universidad Iberoamericana A.C. and other institutions, lecturing on subjects such as: Free Trade Agreements, Arbitration, Dispute Settlement Mechanisms, European Union Law, International Business Administration, Customs Law, and International Business Law, among others. Collaborates as an expert in the Regional Course of Trade Policy imparted by the WTO
 
     
     
  PUBLICATIONS

“The Effect of Survival and Withdrawal Clauses in Investment Treaties”, Chapter 7 of Book: TRAKMAN LEON, Ranieri Nick, REGIONALISM IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW. Oxford University Press (2013).“The Influence of Emerging Economies in the Architecture of International Economic Law. A Perspective from Mexico and the WTO”, G20 and Beyond—The Influence of Emerging Countries on the Architecture of International Economic Law. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW. The American Society of International Law April, 2014
 
     
     
  LANGUAGES

Spanish, English, French
 
     
     
  MAIN AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

International Law; International Business Law; Customs Law; Antidumping and Subsidy Investigations; Antitrust; Dispute Settlement Mechanisms; Arbitration & Negotiation; European Union Law