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Ingeteam’s General Counsel, received the '40 under 40' award
04/10/2013

Ingeteam’s General Counsel, received the '40 under 40' award

In September 2013, Inés Núñez de la Parte, INGETEAM’s General Counsel, received the '40 under 40' award, which the prestigious publication Iberian Lawyer and a Jury formed of the most prestigious and influential players in the Iberian legal market today grant every two years to the top 40 lawyers across Spain and Portugal under the age of 40.

The winners include lawyers from within the major businesses, law firms and public service. This year the Awards Ceremony was held in Madrid for the first time, at the Museo del Traje, which was followed by a Gala Reception in the gardens of the museum. The Ceremony brought together around 250 guests that represented the Iberian and international business legal community.

Inés Núñez de la Parte has worked as an international lawyer for over fifteen years.  She studied law and obtained her Juris Doctor degree at Deusto University in Bilbao (Spain). After obtaining a Law postgraduate diploma from the Pedro Ibarreche School of Law, she began her career by joining the law firm Iusfinder Abogados, where she practised law for various companies established in the Basque area, with a primary focus on litigation, arbitration and corporate and commercial matters. After five years of private practice, she obtained a Master degree in Business Law from the University of Deusto, and right after, in 2004, she joined INDAR ELECTRIC as in-house lawyer, and in 2006 she was promoted to group General Counsel of INGETEAM with responsibility across 13 countries.

Inés combines her legal responsibilities with an academic vocation that led her to teach courses on the law of international trade as a professor of the MBA of the ESEUNE Business School and to teach law at the Erasmus Mundus Master “European Master in Transnacional Trade Law and Finance” formed by a Consortium of four 4 European universities: Deusto (Spain), Tilburg (Netherlands), ILF Frankfurt (Germany) and Robert Schuman (France).


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