I invite you to give us your confidence for the good management of your conflict. A negotiated solution will save you money, time and emotional distress. I have almost 30 years of experience in the solution of conflicts. I graduated as Science Juridical Doctor at Harvard Law School. My doctoral dissertation consisted of a model for solving international legal conflicts.
Some of the professional opportunities of Luis Miguel Díaz include the following:
Mediator of the Bureau of Mediation Services of the World Bank, Washington, DC, 2010
Certificated Mediator of the International Mediation Institute, La Haya, Netherlands, 2009
First Prize for Legal Research Work 2009 with the theme of Civil Justice, Barra Mexicana. Colegio de Abogados
Editorial Board member of the Mexican Yearbook of International Law, Law Research Institute, UNAM, 2009
International Mediator of the Panel of International Mediators for the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, American Arbitration Association, 2009
President of the Interdisciplinary Center for the Management of Conflicts, A.C.in Mexico City (2004).
Partner for environmental conflicts in Burguete, Celis y Asociados, S.C. (2003).
Co-Director of the U.S.-Mexico Conflict Resolution Center , Las Cruces , New Mexico since 1999.
Consultant for the Government of the Dominican Republic for the elaboration of a Project of the Arbitration Law and for the negotiation of the Free Trade Agreement with the United States of America, State Ministry of Industry and Commerce (2003-2004).
Secretary of the Mexican branch of the International Law Association since 1989.
Member of the Committee for the Solution of Private Commercial Controversies of NAFTA (Committee NAFTA 2022) (1998-2003).
Observer in The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws to add to the Uniform Mediation Act (UMA) the International Commercial Conciliation Amendment, San Antonio, Texas (2003).
Managing Partner of INTEGRUM Brief Solutions to Long Conflicts, S.A. de C.V. "Soluciones Breves a Conflictos Largos S.A. de C.V." (1997-98).
Coordinator of the Project Labor Rights and Principles " Proyecto Derechos y Principios en el Trabajo " in support to the Inter-American Conference of Labor Ministers of the International Labor Organization (ILO) (2001-2002).
Legal Consultant of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico (1991-1994)
President of the Legal Consultants of the member countries of the United Nations (1993).
Judge in the Final Round of Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (ILSA), Washington , D.C. (1993).
Díaz was one of the negotiators and drafters of international documents such as:
Díaz is a citizen of Mexico and the United States of America.
Doctor in Legal Sciences (1986, S.J.D.) and professor of International Law (1976, LL.M.) of Harvard Law School
Studied Social Psychology in the Department of External Studies in Oxford University (1974-75).
Attorney at Law (graduated with honors) from the National Autonomous University of Mexico " Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México " (1974).
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