Maite Parejo is specialized in Criminal Law, International Criminal Law and Human Rights.
He has extensive experience in procedures aimed at the protection of fundamental rights, both before Spanish judicial bodies and before European and international bodies. And she has participated, as speaker and moderator, in numerous seminars on these matters.
Maite has been a founding partner of G37 international law firm. In addition, she has been a managing partner at PAREJO SOUSA ABOGADOS and an associate at OLLÉ & SESÉ ABOGADOS.
Studies in European Law and Politics from Anglia Polytechnic University and Cambridge University
Law degree from the University of Seville
Associate of the Association for Human Rights of Spain
Member of the Madrid Bar Association
Member of Advisory Board of the National Mechanism for the Prevention of Torture at Ombudsman
The Importance of Universal Justice for Victims of the Conflict in Syria; Tirant Lo Blanch (2018)
The European System. Compendium of fundamental rights. Freedom in Spanish; Tirant Lo Blanch (2021)