Fátima Rodriguez

Fátima Rodriguez
Lupicinio ILF
Position
Associate - Coordinator of the Criminal Department
Experience

Fatima Rodriguez joined the criminal team at Lupicinio in 2017 from Estudio Jurídico Zabala. Since joining, Fatima has participated in cases of great legal and media importance. After completing her training, Fatima joined Lupicinio International Law Firm as Head of the Criminal Team.

Recently, she has worked on prominent cases such as the Black Cards case, Púnica, Vitaldent and the Isabel II Canal.

Furthermore, Fatima is part of the firm´s group of lawyers that specialise in advising on corporate compliance maters, as well as the design, preparation and implementation of crime prevention models or programmes (evaluation and criminal risk maps, systems of criminal risk management, organisational models, codes of ethics and professional conduct, internal policies, anti-corruption manuals and policies, ethical and complaint channels, internal investigations and disciplinary sanctions systems).

Fatima also specialises in crimes against individuals, where her legal experience combines with her experience in clinical psychology to offer a sophisticated approach.

Fatima frequently works with a team advising companies and managers in the design and implementation of crime prevention programmes in order to avoid or reduce the criminal liability of legal entities.

In addition, Fatima is an assistant professor of Criminal Law at the University of Cardinal Cisneros, part of the University of Complutense, and regularly speaks at seminars and conferences. Currently, she is a a PhD candidate at the University of Cumplutense.

Fatima is also part of the “What is Law?” Foundation, which supports the protection of the Rule of Law, promotes transparency and combats corruption, whether through opinions, reports, administrative proceedings or judicial actions for transparency, or congresses, seminars and acts of recognition to support the actions of defenders of the Rule of Law (which are often unknown).

Studies

Law Degree, Complutense University of Madrid.

Degree in Clinical Psychology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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