He is a European Dr. in Constitutional Law from the University of Salamanca and Bologna, and a Level-III member of the National Researcher System. He has worked as a researcher on Constitutional Law, Public Policies for Justice, and comparative Penal Justice models. He taught the Judicial and Political Education Course for United Nations (UN) Translators, through the University of Salamanca, Spain. He was the General-Manager of the Technical Ministry of the Coordination Board for the Implementation of the Penal Justice System of the Ministry of the Interior. He was the director of the Security and Constitutional State of Law Delegation at the Tecnológico de Monterrey School of Government and Public Transformation. He is currently a faculty member of the PhD in Public Policy and of the master in Public Administration and Public Policy.
European PhD in Constitutional Law, University of Salamanca, Spain, and Bologna, Italy.
Law Degree, Universidad Autónoma of San Luis Potosí.
Law and Public Policies:
Intelligence in the New Penal Justice System, INACIPE, 2016.
Book: Public Policies for Justice (2014), Coord. (EGAP-Gobierno y política pública-Instituto Nacional de las Ciencias Penales).
The Importance of Incorporating Communication Protocols between District Attorneys, Police, and, Experts in the New Penal Justice System (The Mexican Case). A Proposal of a Design Method (2013). Rivista Archivio Penale-Ministero della Giustizia Italiano. N.3.
Penal Constitutional Reform in Mexico Instrumentation, Porrúa, 2012.
Constitutional Law and Administrative Law:
Law and Public Policy, editorial, Tirant Lo Blanch, 2015.
The Reform of Article 102 of the Constitution and Its Impact on the State Human Rights Commissions. Some Thoughts to Redesign It. (2014) Capítulo XXI. en Temas Selectos de Derecho Internacional Privado y Derechos Humanos. Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas de la UNAM, Estudios de Homenaje a Sonia Rodríguez Jiménez.