Carlos Alvarado graduated as a lawyer in 1992 from La Salle University in León, Guanajuato, Mexico.
He practiced law in Mexico until 1998, when he moved to the United States.
From 1998 to 2002, he worked at the Mexican Consulate in Seattle, Washington, which enabled him to become familiar at close range with the lifestyle and needs of immigrants living in the United States of America.
For five years he worked at the Law Firm of Larry Taylor and the Law Firm of Feldman & Lee in Washington State, gaining a great deal of experience in the oral and USA legal system.
He has been a founding partner of the Law Firm The International Law Group since 2002, (Agora Juristas, S.C.).
The firm is now headquartered in León, Guanajuato and he is dedicated to international law, being expert on International Restitution of Children Abducted by its parents, on human rights as well as international contracts and international business.
In 2015, he has concluded LLM studies in International Protection of Human Rights by Alcala University in Spain.
He also has concluded LLM studies in Mexican Constitutional Law and by Iberoamericana University in the city of León in México.
In the summer of 2015, he got a Diploma in Legal English from Girton College at Cambridge University in Cambridge, UK.
He has a Diploma in Civil Orality from the Bar Association of León, Guanajuato, and a Diploma in Commercial and Civil Orality from the Mexican Supreme Court in Leon, Mexico branch.
He has taken courses on Justice for Adolescents in the School of Studies and Legal Research of the Judiciary of the State of Guanajuato, Mexico and Rights of Children and Access to Justice by the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice, the Office of Ombudsman for Children Rights AC and the United Nations Fund for Children.
Being an expert lawyer on International Restitution of Children, he is founder member of the LEPCA, a conference created in The Hague for Lawyers Focusing on International Parental Child Abduction.
Mr. Alvarado is part of the attorney’s network of Reunite, base in London, UK and IStand in Washington, D.C., both nonprofit worldwide organization involved on International Parental Child Abduction cases.
He has participated in many international conferences on The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in Mexico, Rome, Brussels, The Hague, Madrid, New York and Washington, D.C.
As Professor, he has taught Law, Private and Public International Law and Theory of the State in La Salle University in the city of Leon, Guanajuato.
Currently he teaches several curses and seminars in Human Rights to Human Rights Advocates, Private Lawyers and many Mexican Authorities in Mexico and on LLM Program in Constitutional Remedies at the University of Valle de Atemajac in León, México.
Languages: English and Spanish.