Carlos Torres Salinas
Carlos is a student of the School of Law at the San Francisco de Quito University. Within his pre-professional practice has unfolded in the areas of Intellectual Property, Litigation, Corporative, Constitutional, Administrative and Civil Law. Additionally his practice includes trademark searches, register, vigilance, prosecution and monitoring; trademark analysis for possible oppositions, and judicial investigation from national and international sources.
Student Assistant to the teacher of Dr. Rodrigo Jijón Letort in Civil Procedure Law at the San Francisco de Quito University (2012); Candidate to the Summer Program on Intellectual Property at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Geneva (2012), President of the College Student Government at the Cardinal Spellman High School (2008-2009); President, Professor and Coordinator of the UN Club, Cardinal Spellman High School (2008-2009).
San Francisco de Quito University
Academic major in Law
Academic minor in Conflict Management, Mediation, Negotiation and Arbitration.
Cardenal Spellman High School.
III Intellectual Property International Conference of the Ecuadorian Intellectual Property Academy AECUPI, Guayaquil (2011); II National Arbitration Conference, Quito (2011); Intellectual Property Litigation, Quito (2011); Border Areas between the Copyright and Intellectual Property, Quito (2011).
Areas of Practice