is a partner of the firm whose practice centres on administrative law, in particular on public procurement (railway and hydraulic infrastructure, highways, health and welfare and international calls for bids), granting of contracts and public-private partnerships (PPP). He also has extensive experience in subsidies law, procedural matters (contentious administrative proceedings) and administrative proceedings before public authorities, especially regarding sanctioning procedures. He is a member of the Spanish Association of the Advisory Board of Foundations, the Bar Association of Madrid and the Spanish Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation. During his career Andrés has published widely on public law and has worked as a professor of the subject at the University of Distance Education (UNED), the University Pontificia of Comillas-ICADE, the European University (CEES), and Carlos III University.
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