Dino Carlos Caro Coria
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Studies and Degrees
- Studied law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (1987-1993).Law degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (April 1994).Masters in Constitutional Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (March-July 1995).Scholarship holder of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (October 1995 – June 1998). PhD in Criminal Law at the University of Salamanca, Spain (October 1995 – June 1997). Graduate Studies in Constitutional Law at the University of Salamanca (January 1997)Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (Max Planck Institut für internationales und ausländisches Strafrecht ) of Freiburg im Breisgau , Germany (1997)Degree of Doctor of Laws by the University of Salamanca, Spain (May 1998), thesis graded as outstanding by the University of Salamanca, Honors Doctoral Thesis Award (December 1998).Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (Max Planck Institut für internationales und ausländisches Strafrecht) of Freiburg im Breisgau , Germany (January- March 2000 and February-March 2002 ), with a scholarship from the Max Planck Society.
“Graduate Degree Specialization in Economic Criminal Law: General and Special Issues Party.” University of Castilla -La Mancha / Spain, extension of 100 hours (January 2007).
XII Law Specialization course in the specialty of “Organized Crime, Corruption and Terrorism.” University of Salamanca / Spain, 60 hours (January 2008).
Directive skills Courses (2008) Service Marketing (2010), Centrum, Business Center of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Courses at the VII Inter-American Program for Training Trainers for Criminal Procedure Reform of the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (May- November 2010)
Summer School on German criminal science and dogmatic, organized by the Institute of Criminal Sciences and the Department of Foreign and International Criminal Law at the Georg – August Universität Göttingen, Germany, from 5 to 16 September 2011.
Certified Anti – Money Laundering Associate Level (AMLCA), Florida International Bankers Association / Florida International University, February 2012.
Associate attorney at Benites, De la Casas, Forno & Ugaz (April 1994 – October 2003).
Partner of Caro, Cortez & Massa Lawyers (November 2003 -July 2005).
Founder and CEO of Caro & Associates: www.ccfirma.com (from July 2005)
- Professor of Criminal Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru Law School (since 1995, Assistant since December 2000, Associate since December 2007), the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (from 1999 to January 2008) and the University of Lima (2009).Professor of Criminal Law at the Judicial Academy of Peru (since 1998) and at the Masters School of Criminal Law of the National University San Agustin of Arequipa (since 1998), at the Major University of San Simon, Bolivia (2000, 2001 and 2002), at the Private University San Pedro de Chimbote (2002) , at the University of Piura (2004, 2005 and 2006), at the Masters School of Business Law (since 2001) and Criminal law (since 2003) of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, and the Masters School of Business Law at the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (2002 to 2008).Over 250 universities and conferences for several public and private, domestic and foreign institutions from Chile, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Uruguay and Spain (since 1994).Scholarship holder of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (October 1995 – June 1998). PhD in Criminal Law at the University of Salamanca, Spain (October 1995 – June 1997). Graduate Studies in Constitutional Law at the University of Salamanca (January 1997)Founder and CEO at the Study Center for Economic and Business Criminal Law: www.cedpe.com (since February 2009).Publications
Author of over seventy articles published in national and international magazines, and the following books on Criminal Law: “La protección penal del ambiente” (Lima 1995), “Derecho penal del ambiente –delitos y técnicas de tipificación-” (Lima 1999), “Delitos contra la libertad e indemnidad sexuales -en coautoría con el Prof. César San Martín Castro-” (Lima 2000), “Marco jurídico de la libertad de prensa en el Perú” (Lima 2001, reimp. 2002), “Delitos de tráfico de influencias, enriquecimiento ilícito y asociación para delinquir” (Lima 2002), e “Imputación objetiva, delitos sexuales y reforma penal” (Mexico D.F. 2002). He has also written “Código Penal & Legislación Complementaria” (Lima 2001) and “Código Penal, Actuales tendencias jurisprudenciales de la práctica penal”, which includes “Legislación complementaria sistematizada” (Lima 2002).
Director of the Economic and Business Criminal Law journal: www.adpeonline.com (since 2011).
Main Counseling Arrangements
Advisor in the Apoyo Institute on “Criminal Justice System and Public Prosecutor Indicators”, commissioned by the Agency for International Development, AID (January-May 1993). Published in November 1993 by the Executive Council of the Judiciary.
Collaborator of the National Report submitted by the Peruvian State to the Ninth United Nations Congress on Prevention of Crime and Treatment of the Offender, held in Cairo, Egypt, from April 29th to May 12th in 1995. Nomination by Ministerial Resolution Nº 076-95-JUS (Official Journal “El Peruano” on March 2nd, 1995).
Member of the Commission of the Ministry of Justice responsible for formulating the Draft Bylaws and Rules of Organization and Functions of the National Centre of Criminological and Penitentiary Studies. Nomination by the Vice- Ministerial Resolution º 003-95-JUS, of September 20th, 1995.
Member of the Advisory Committee on Criminal Law of the Lima Bar Association (February 1999-present).
Participation in the project “Adaptation of the Peruvian criminal law to the Inter-American Convention against Corruption” Organized by the Institute of International Studies of the PUCP and the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (September 2000).
Member of the Drafting Committee of the Iberoamerican Type Criminal Code based in Bogota-Colombia (since March 2001).
Advisory of the Committee on Economic and Financial Crimes at the Congress 1990-2001 (August- December 2001).
Participation in the “National Criminal prosecution of international crimes from an international comparative perspective” project by the Max Planck Institute for Foreign International Criminal Law in Freiburg based i.Br./Germany. Project that seeks the adaptation of the domestic law to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (since January 2001).
Advisor of the Ministry of Justice in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure cases (October 2002-March 2003).
Advisor at the Commission for Truth and Reconciliation, in charge to develop a report of the prosecution of crimes against human rights and related Peruvian legislation (December 2002-January 2003).
Member of the Technical Office of the President of the Supreme Court and the Judiciary (January 2003-February 2004).
Representative of the Judicial Power in the Reviewing Commission of the Criminal Code created by Act Nº 27837 (2003-2004).
Member of the Committee of Rules for Criminal Procedure Reform, created by Administrative Resolution Nº 077-2003-P-P of May 1st, 2003 (May-July 2003).
Representative of the Ministry of Justice in the Multisectoral Committee in charge of proposing actions to include recommendations made on the Resolution Nº 55/63 of the UN General Assembly, interested in fighting criminal use of information technologies, created by Supreme Resolution Nº 026-2002-MTC, and modified by the Resolutions Nº 008-2003-MTC and Nº 026-2003-MTC.
Opinion and developing of multiple projects in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedural Law issues, requested by several Congressmen of the Republic, Senior Officials of the State, Public and Private Institutions (January 1998 to date) .
Member of the European Union Mission responsible for evaluating the justice sector to identify and formulate cooperation projects in the framework of the Understanding with the Peruvian state agreement, for a grant of up to 10 million euros (November-December 2003).
Member of the High Level Commission for the Reformulation of the Criminal Procedure Code (since March 2004).
Member of the Advisory Committee of the Commission for Justice and Human Rights of the Congress during the 2006-2007, 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 periods.
Commission of the Ministry of Justice President, responsible of the preparation of a Law Draft on Criminal Matters, criminal process and penitentiary with special reference to Organized Crime (2006-2007).
Member of the Research Group on International Criminal Law of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Department of Foreign and International Criminal Law at the Criminal Science Institute, Faculty of Law at the University of Göttingen/Germany (2002-present).
Member of the Commission of the Ministry of Justice responsible for the framework of the crime of illegal mining and related infringements (2012).