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Adrián Castro Gálvez

Lawyer

Adrián Castro Gálvez

Balms Marbella

C/ Generalife, 9 - Aloha Pueblo Nueva Andalucía
Marbella (Málaga)
T. +34 952 812 100
F. +34 952 812 767
acastro@balms.com

Lawyer in exercise of the Procedural Department, skilled in the areas of Contentious-Administrative, Labour and Sports orientated Law. Collegiate number 7704 of the Bar Association of Granada.

With a degree in Law in the University of Granada. He obtained a Master's degree in Access to the legal profession and to the Illustrious Bar Association of Granada, by passing the mandatory examination.

As a specialized training he has obtained the International Sport Law Master-LLM from the University of INEFC in Lleida, Spain.

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