Guillermo Cabanellas

Visiting Professor

LL.M., Comparative Law, University of Illinois Visiting Professor Law, 1972, University of Buenos Aires
Economics, 1971, University of Buenos Aires

Dr. Guillermo Cabanellas (h) is a Senior Partner in the Corporate Group and Managing Partner of Cabanellas Etchebarne Kelly Abogados (CEK) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. CEK specializes in commercial areas including foreign investments, mergers and acquisitions, corporate, capital markets, financial and banking transactions, intellectual property, antitrust, and real-estate.

Dr. Cabanellas has held pre-eminent positions in Argentina for major project developments, restructurings and financings during the past three decades, both as private practitioner and adviser to the Federal Government. Dr. Cabanellas has authored over thirty books and more than a hundred articles in several law reviews in Argentina, the United States and Europe.

He holds degrees in economics and law (1971 and 1972, respectively) from the University of Buenos Aires. He also has a Master in Comparative Law and a Juridical Science Doctor degree from the University of Illinois.

Dr. Cabanellas worked as a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute, Munich, between 1981 and 1982, and in 1987. He served as General Director of Economic Legislation at the Ministry of Finance and Director at the Foreign Trade Commission. Dr. Cabanellas is currently the Director of the Master of Business Law at the University of San Andrés and professor in the postgraduate programs of the National University of Buenos Aires and the University of Illinois.

At Miami Law he teaches “International Intellectual Property.”