Enrique Rodríguez Celada joined Uría Menéndez in September 2008. He had previously worked in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, in Washington D.C., and in the Permanent Mission of Spain to the United Nations, in New York.
Enrique’s practice focuses on white collar crimes. He has taken part in complex criminal proceedings involving fraudulent bankruptcy, tax crime, fraud, corporate crime, corruption, subsidy fraud and crimes against workers’ rights, among others. Enrique also has experience in litigation with international implications (e.g. letters rogatory or the enforcement of foreign judgments) and in the coordination of clients’ legal defences in various jurisdictions.
He also advises clients on matters regarding the criminal liability of corporations, which includes preparing and reviewing compliance programmes, implementing anticorruption policies and leading internal investigations.
- Law Degree, ICADE E-1, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, 2007
- Degree in Political Science and Public Administration, ICADE, 2008
- Diploma in International Relations, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, 2007
- Madrid Bar Association
Enrique has been a lecturer on the Master’s Degree to Access the Legal Profession organised by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2013/2014) and he is an associate lecturer on the law degree program of IE University, where he lectures on procedural law. He also lectures on issues regarding the criminal liability of directors and corporations on the Corporate Conflicts Executive Programme of IE Law School.