Pablo P. Ancalle
Pablo has thirteen years of experience as a consultant lawyer in private and government practice. He has been a legal advisor to the Bolivian Senate and the Ministry of Economic Development in energy, oil, and the environment. He has participated in the review of Privatization Contracts undertaken by the Bolivian Government. He has been appointed Assistant Lawyer to the Bolivian Constitutional Court. Currently he is a Foreign Legal Consultant in the U.S., specializing in immigration law (not licensed to practice law in North Carolina). Pablo was an undergraduate professor at Universidad Católica Boliviana, Universidad Franz Tamayo and Universidad Real. He was also a professor at the graduate schools of Universidad Técnica de Oruro, Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar and the Universidad Franz Tamayo. He has done extensive judicial research work in the Republic of Chile. Pablo is married with two children.
- Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Republic of Chile, 1996
- Masters in Public and Constitutional Law
- School of Legal, Political and Social Sciences, Technical University of Oruro, Bolivia 1995. Lawyer.