Dr. Eduardo A. Mayora

Attorney in Guatemala City, Guatemala
Phi Delta Phi (Barrister Member); Association Henri Capitant des Amis de la Culture Juridique Fracaise (Guatemalan representative); The Philadelphia Society (Former Second Vice-President); The Mont Pelerin Society; Francisco Marroquin University (Member of the Board of Trustees); Guatemalan Notarial Institute; member of the Editorial Board and columnist of the daily newspaper Siglo Veintiuno. Author: Numerous articles and essays published in specialized journals in Guatemala, Costa Rica, France and Mexico and the book "Constitutional Law Theory For A Free Society 1996," published by Fundación República, Buenos Aires. Academic Teaching: Professor: Notarial Law, Universidad Rafael Landivar, 1984; Principles of Law and Business Law, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, 1984-1986; Constitutional Law, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, 1988-1995; Law and Economics, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, 1997. Former Dean of the School of Law, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, 1989-2000. Former Member of the Board of the Superintendence of the Tax Administrator of Guatemala, 1998-2000; Visiting Professor at the Faculté de Droit, d'Economie et des Sciences D'Aix-Marseille. France, 2002-2003.
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Areas of Law

  • Commercial Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Civil Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Banking Law
  • Securities Law
  • Tax Law
  • Litigation
  • Telecommunications Law


Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1980, Guatemala

Law School Attended

Georgetown University,
Master of Laws
Common Law Studies, Washington 1982

Universidad Francisco Marroquín,
Class of 1997
Doctor of Laws

University Attended

Class of 1978
French Language

Class of 1978
Civilization Studies
Alliance Francaise

Universidad Rafael Landivar,

Universidad Rafael Landivar,
Notary Public
Guatemala 1980

Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Master & Doctor in Pluralist
Public and Private Law, Spain, July 2004

Birth Information

Born in 1957
Guatemala, April 20, 1957


Spanish, English and French

Associations & Memberships

Guatemalan Bar Association (Former Vice-President, Ethics Board); Former President of the Privatization Committee of the Guatemalan Bar; International Bar Association; New York State Bar ... More

Contact Information


(502) 2223-6868




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