Maria Luisa holds a Law PhD from the University of A Coruña. Law Degree and Diploma in European Community Law from Madrid’s CEU University. Master’s degree in Urban and Land Planning from the San Pablo CEU Legal Business School and an Urban Planning Technician qualification from the National Public Administration Institute – INAP.
She has gained extensive experience from her professional career, having performed judicial functions in different jurisdictions of the courts of Ourense between 1998 and 2014.Since then she has continued her professional activity by practising law. Her interest in law covers many subjects, particularly those in the field of procedural law and public law.
– Law graduate and holder of a diploma in European Community Law.CEU University, Madrid.
– Master’s Degree in Urban and Land Planning. Legal Business School, San Pablo CEU, Madrid.
– Qualified Urban Planning Technician from the National Public Administration Institute (INAP).
– PhD in Law from the University of A Coruña. Special Public Law Department. With a qualification of outstanding cum laude for the doctoral thesis “Administrative and jurisdictional powers in the execution of urban planning rulings“.
– “Urban planning discipline in contentious-administrative proceedings”. Department of Publications, Studies and Documentation. Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations, INAP.BIB. no. 013-3.Madrid
– “The equal distribution of benefits and burdens in the execution of urban planning.” Department of Publications, Studies and Documentation. Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations, INAP.BIB. Document ID 145264.Madrid.
– Urban Planning Practice. Urbanismo (Urban Planning) Journal, no. 124.September-October-2013.Editorial La Ley. Case law articles:“What is the constitutionality of regional laws that affect the regime of enforcement of rulings by invoking the incidence of a competence exclusive to the autonomous community as support?” Solution handed down by the Constitutional Tribunal on the issue of unconstitutionality raised against Law 2/2011, of 4 April, “Cantabrian Demolitions Law”, in a ruling dated 22 April 2013”.
– General Council of Lawyers. Newsletters. Articles:“The highly anticipated and imminent arrival of Supreme Court jurisprudence on the enforcement of urban planning rulings (article 108.3LJCA)”.“Alternative means of resolving contentious-administrative urban planning enforcement regarding the demolition of real estate”.