Mateo is an attorney at the law firm Aguirre, Quintanilla, Soria & Nishizawa, and focuses his services in the areas of corporate law, labor law and social security, contracts, litigation-court proceedings and arbitration and conciliation.
Before joining the firm, he worked as an attorney at the law firm Aguilar & Aguilar Asociados, focusing on litigation, at Fundación Hagamos el Cambio, in matters related to culture of peace, alliances and agreements, and at Fernández Attorneys at Law, attending arbitrations in defense of the Bolivian State.
Academically, Mateo holds a Magna Cum Laude Law Degree from the Universidad Privada Boliviana, with a major in Corporate Law. He also completed the Diploma in Higher Education in Classroom Organization and Pedagogical Administration, given by the Centro Psicopedagógico y de Investigación en Educación “CEPIES” of the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, obtaining the best average of the Diploma.
During his academic career, he participated as a speaker for the Bolivian Private University in two versions of the International Arbitration Competition organized by the University of Buenos Aires and the University of Rosario; he also participated in more than 15 United Nations models.
- Bachelor of Laws, Universidad Privada Boliviana, La Paz, Bolivia (2020)
- Diploma in Higher Education, Centro Psicopedagógico y de Investigación en Educación CEPIES-UMSA, La Paz, Bolivia (2023)
- Graduation for excellence in Law Degree, with mention “Magna Cum Laude” at the Universidad Privada Boliviana, La Paz campus.
- Best student of the Diploma in Higher Education – Classroom Organization and Pedagogical Administration, at the Centro Psicopedagógico y de Investigación en Educación “CEPIES” of the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz.
- Article: Why didn’t the political discourse of a centrally planned economy work in Latin America? – December 2018, “Cronistas Latinoamericanos” Blog. https://cronistaslatinoamericanos.com/por-que-no-funciono-el-discurso-politico-de-una-economia-centralmente-planificada-en-latinoamerica/
- Article: The implementation of SEPREC and its impact on the procedures before the Commercial Registry in Bolivia and in comparative law. – December 2023, Bolivian Catholic University Law Review “UCB Law Review” – ISSN2523-1510.
- Public Registry of Lawyers at the Ministry of Justice and Institutional Transparency of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.