Manuel Hallivis

Magistrate of the Federal Court of Administrative Justice - Mexico

Manuel Hallivis

Magistrate of the Federal Court of Administrative Justice - Mexico
Speaker

Curriculum Vitae

Mr. Manuel Luciano Hallivis Pelayo, 45 years as a lawyer and 40 as a professor at UNAM, UIA, UP, Salamanca, etc. Currently Superior Court Magistrate of the Federal Court of Administrative Justice; Former President of the Tribunal (2013-2016); Former President of the First Section (various occasions); Doctor in Law UNAM with thesis awarded with 2nd place National INAP; Masters in Law and Public Administration (Tulane and Michigan); Postgraduate at the Institute of Fiscal Studies of Spain; Undergraduate thesis awarded with the First National Place by CONCANACO; 5 books, co-authorship of more than 65 books and more than 100 articles and presentations. Three Honoris Causa Doctorates; Venera Celestino Porte Petit, UNAM; 2018 Prosecutor Award, Tax Defense; Distinguished Professor Richard Pugh Award, U of San Diego; José Sánchez Villaseñor Gold Medal and Miguel Villoro Toranzo Award, UIA; Alfonso X el Sabio Medal for the UP, Mexico campus and for the UP Guadalajara campus; Former President, International Association of High Administrative Jurisdictions (2016-2017) Former President (2015) and Born Director of ILADT, Former President, International Association of Tax or Administrative Justice Courts (2015-2016); Director and member of the Permanent Technical Committee, International Association of Tax Judges (2010-date), Former President of the Mexican Academy of Tax Law (2015-2017), Vice President, National Association of Doctors in Law (2018-date)

All sessions by Manuel Hallivis

The new reality of the justice system

Tuesday, May 25 2021
14:15 - 15:45 EST/US time Zone