Certification in the AICAC as the IHRCJP member

In coordination with the Court official partners of the AICAC have the right to perform independent educational and practical training of professional lawyers, economists, businessmen and public figures on the basis of original unique training programs in the sphere of private international law and commercial arbitration. Individuals, who complete such programs successfully, will have an opportunity to undergo certification (with participation of the IASHE - London, UK) and thereby apply for the AICAC international arbitrator status within the "Arbitration Academy" project launched by the Court (http://court-inter.us/node/27306).

Individuals, who complete relevant educational programs offered by official partners of the AICAC successfully, will also have an opportunity to become certified by the AICAC and join the International Human Rights Commission of Judicial and Police Inquiries (IHRCJPI; http://court-inter.us/node/12850) as a member.

 

- Presentations of individuals certified at the AICAC as members of the IHRCJP

    Photo Name Surname Country Qualification Status ID
    1 Humphrey H. Pachecker USA University of Guayaquil, Ecuador- LL.B. Bachelor of Law. Ward Stone College of Miami, Florida- B.S., Bachelor in Paralegal. University of Miami, Florida, LL.M. Master of Laws. Pacific Western University of Hawaii; Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy (incomplete). Global School of Investigation, Hanover, Massachusetts, A.D. Associate Degree in civil private investigations. Postsecondary Education, several specialties including International Arbitration at F.I.U. Florida International University – by TICAMER. the IHRCJPI Commissioner General US007N
    2 Mariana Bego USA J.D. (2003); Master's Degree: Executive Human Resources Strategy (2009); Special program of training in the field of private international law and commercial arbitration (NAFA; 2016) International human rights defender US001N
    3 Gerson A. Torres Perez USA - Honduras Bachelor of Science and Literature (2000); Bachelor of Law (Fargo University, 2007); Bachelor of Arts, majoring - criminal law (Mount Lincoln University, 2007); Special program of training in the field of private international law and commercial arbitration (NAFA; 2016) International human rights defender US002N
    4 Guillermo E Garrido Galan Chile-USA Special program of training in the field of private international law and commercial arbitration (NAFA; 2016) International human rights defender US003N
    5 Mariana Teresa Perez Florez Bolivia - USA Special program of training in the field of private international law and commercial arbitration (NAFA; 2016) International human rights defender US004N
    6 Pablo Alberto De Cuba Jacas Cuba - USA Diploma in Law (Universidad de Oriente, 1982); Doctor of Law - PhD (ITUB, Geneva, Switzerland, 1997); Professor of International Arbitration of NAFA – UNPAM; Special program of training in the field of private international law and commercial arbitration (NAFA; 2016) International human rights defender US005N
    7 Giovanni Umberto Nobile Vecchio Venezuela- USA Lawyer Degree. Republic of Venezuela. University Santa María. May 5, 2000. . Title Specialist in Civil Procedural Law. April 28, 2005. . Title Electrical Engineer. University of the East. Annex the official report with English translation with credential evaluation. October 1973. . Title course for Professional Real Estate Appraisal. Minutes and Certificate of Notes. June 2006. . The University of Dallas. Title of Master of Business Administration. Record of degree notes and Constancy. May 20, 1983. . State of Florida, DOBPR, Division of Real Estate. Sales Associate. License to March, 2019. . Proof of Employment in University as Professor Capacity. University Santa María. May 2006. Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences. . Professor University Institute of Industrial Technology. Mathematics teacher. March 1999. - Special program of training in the field of private international law and commercial arbitration (NAFA; 2016) International human rights defender US006N
    8 Elkin de Jesus Betancur Ramirez USA - Colombia NAFA-UMPAM 2017 – Juris Doctor Homologation Universidad Santo Tomas- Bogota 2010-2012 Magister for the defense of human rights and dih before the high international courts and organizations Seminar vetero CATOLICO-IBAGUE-PEREIRA Licensed in theology and bible sciences Universidad Santo Tomas- Bogota Specialist in criminal law Universidad Santo Tomas- Bogota Political science and law - attorney. NAFA-UMPAM 2017 – U.S International certified practitioner in arbitration International human rights defender US008N
    9 Teresita DJ Barrera M. USA – Ecuador NAFA association of attorneys - paralegal ba degree - 1999 Ticamer & Florida International University - International Tribunal Of Conciliation And Arbitration Of Mercosur – Certification As Referee – dated april 10, 2000 Florida Notary Public Education And Exam Approved – 2000 NAFA-UMPAM 2017 – U.S International certified practitioner in arbitration International human rights defender US009N