Carmen Perez-Llorca was recently named the new director of Miami Law’s International Graduate Law Programs. Perez-Llorca replaces Jessica Carvalho Morris, who stepped down to take on the role of Executive Director of Conectas Human Rights, based in Brazil.
Perez-Llorca, a Spanish attorney, has enjoyed a long career in public service, both as an elected representative in the Madrid parliament and as the undersecretary of education in the Madrid regional government. She obtained her LL.M. from University of Pennsylvania and practiced law in the U.S. at Dewey Ballantine, Kennedy Covington and in Spain at Allen & Overy.
The International Graduate Law Programs brings attorneys from around the world to receive LL.M. degrees in Ocean and Coastal Law or International Law with specializations in General International Law, U.S. and Transnational Law for Foreign Lawyers or Inter-American Law.