Lawyer and specialist in criminal law at the Universidad del Rosario. He has a Master of Laws at the University of Columbia in New York. He has been professor of General Criminal Law, Criminal Financial Mechanisms Early Termination of Criminal Procedure, Criminal Policy on the Crimes against Public Administration, oral proceedings Criminal Statute Anti-Corruption, Criminal Law Customs Crimes, International Public Law, Political Theory and International Business, the universities of Rosario, Javeriana, Externado, Sergio Arboleda, Pilot and Republican. As a volunteer in 2002 worked at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in Washington DC and 2010 Human Rights First in New York. Between 2003 and 2006, he was linked with the signing Jaime Lombana Villalba & Abogados, where he had under his charge cases involving crimes against the public administration, environment, intellectual property, heritage and Financial Crimes. In 2006, he participated in a project of modernization of the judicial branch of the World Bank in Guatemala. Work Later Brigard & Urrutia, between 2008 and 2009. Between 2011 and 2013 he served as director of regulation Productive Transformation Program of the Ministry of Commerce which drafted the Bill to Combat Smuggling currently pursuing pending in the Congress of the Republic.