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Emilio Weinschelbaum, Argentinian lawyer. President Fundacion Plural para la Participacion Democratica, Buenos Aires, since 1984; member Council for Consolidation of Democracy, Buenos Aires, 1985-1989, National Committee Politics and Strategies of Democracy, since 1997. Member Colegio Publico de Abogados de Buenos Aires, Fundacion Compromiso Ciudadano, Fundacion del Alvear (president since 1999), Club del Progreso (vice president since 1999).

Background

Weinschelbaum, Emilio was born on October 25, 1935 in Rosario, Argentina. Son of Marcos Leib and Elka (Werbin) Weinschelbaum.

Education

Columbia University, New York (Bachelor of Arts, 1953). University of Buenos Aires (Abogado, 1957). Facultad de Filosofia y Letras de la Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (Licenciado en Sociologia, 1975).

Langue et Civilisation Française, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III (1978). Spoken languages: Spanish, English, French and Portuguese.

Career

Worked at Estudio Weinschelbaum (Buenos Aires) specializing in Constitutional, Corporate, Labor, Civil, Bankruptcy, Public, Environmental, Commercial, and Administrative Law, Transfer of Technology, Litigation, Mergers and Acquisitions, General Practice, and Public, Provincial and Municipal Law. Admitted to the bar, 1957, Argentina. Co-author: "Digest of Commercial Laws of the World," National Association of Credit Management, New York (1965).

Member, "Consejo Asesor para la Consolidación de la Democracia" (1985-1989). Comision Nacional de Políticas y estrategias para la democracia (1997). Military: ar">1978)

The firm was founded in 1957 to provide a broad range of services to clients who have international as well as local matters requiring high quality individual attention.

The firm has the experience and long established relationships necessary to help our clients achieve successful results in their legal affairs.

Membership

President Fundacion Plural para la Participacion Democratica, Buenos Aires, since 1984. Member Council for Consolidation of Democracy, Buenos Aires, 1985-1989, National Committee Politics and Strategies of Democracy, since 1997. Member International Bar Association, Colegio Publico de Abogados de Buenos Aires, Asociacion de Consultores Argentinos, Indiana and Party Mems. from Different Currents of Opinion.

Connections

Married Marina Lucila Scornik, December 20, 1962. Children: Fernando, Violeta.