Ignacio centres his practice on defining and implementing regulatory and political strategies for digital companies in the current context of technological disruption. He also actively participates in the firm’s pro bono department, promoting regulatory changes to benefit children.
Before joining Vinces, Ignacio worked for the Permanent Delegation of the Kingdom of Spain to UNESCO at its headquarters in Paris.
He has taught master classes as a substitute teacher in the subject ‘Introduction to International Relations’ at the Villanueva University Centre.
- Master in International Relations from the IE School of Global and Public Affairs of the Instituto de Empresa.
- Preparation for diplomatic civil servant exams.
- Degree in Law and Diploma in International Legal Studies from the Pontifical University of Comillas (ICADE).