Mario Castillo Freyre (Perú)

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Lawyer graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Master and Doctor of Law from the same house of studies.

Specialized in Civil Law, Arbitral Law, Insurance Law, Commercial and Regulatory Law. He worked as a lawyer in independent practice of the profession from 1993 to 2000. In July 2000 he founded the Law Firm that bears his name, where he currently works. Likewise, he officiates as an arbitrator at the Arbitration Center of the Chamber of Commerce of Lima, the Supervisory Body for State Contracting (OSCE), the Bar Association of Lima, the College of Engineers of Peru, the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Peru and AMCHAM, as well as in ad hoc arbitration processes.

Professor of Civil Law since 1990 (obligations and contracts) in the Faculties of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Feminine University of the Sacred Heart (UNIFÉ) and University of Lima. He is a principal professor in the first two houses of studies.

Likewise, he is a professor in the Doctorate in Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, as well as an honorary professor in several universities in the country and abroad.

Member of the Peruvian Academy of Law (2010) and Corresponding Member of the Asturian Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation (2012).

It has an abundant and permanent legal production. He has published more than fifty works among treaties and research and more than 150 specialized articles. He is co-author with Dr. Felipe Osterling Parodi of the Treaty of Obligations, a work of 16 volumes that has been highlighted in the media as one of the most important publications in the history of Peruvian law.

He is the Director of two Libraries that has created his Law Firm to promote the dissemination of Law in Peru and abroad. The first is called the Arbitration Library, which began to be published in 2006 and whose twenty-first volumes have already been published, containing arbitration doctrine of the most qualified national and foreign professors. The second Library is called the Law Library and its purpose is to disseminate doctrine corresponding to other areas of Law.

Speaker at numerous national and international events on Civil Law and Arbitration Law.

Languages: Spanish, English and French.