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Pablo Sánchez

Pablo holds a Law Degree from the University of Cádiz UCA (2014) and completed the Masters Degree in Access to the Legal Profession at the same university in 2016, being awarded the prize for the best record. In the same yea, Pablo successfully passed the entrance exam to the Spanish Bar. In addition, he holds a Masters Degree in Port Companies Management and Maritime Law from the University of Deusto (2018).

Pablo did an internship for six months in a law firm in Dublin (Ireland), where he came into contact with European migration law and its widespread jurisprudence, during the turbulent period of 2017, when the uncertainty generated by Brexit coincided with the Syrian refugee crisis.

Pablo’s first professional contact with the world of maritime-port companies was at the beginning of 2018 in Bilbao, where he did an internship in a well-established freight forwarding company in that city, specifically in its maritime export department, which would later lead to two fruitful years of experience in the same, learning so first-hand about maritime export with all the vicissitudes that it presents at an operational level.

It was later, in 2020, when he decided to join the Bar Association of Cádiz and started practising as a lawyer in the field of horizontal property and real estate law in Cádiz.

Finally, in September 2022, he managed to develop his vocation as a maritime and transport lawyer by joining AIYON Abogados in the Cadiz office, where, after a period of training, he is already developing his professional activity in the different areas of maritime and land transport law, as well as international trade, specialising in the management of insurance claims, administrative proceedings against ships, recoveries, and labour relations of seafarers (MLC 2006 Convention).

Member of the Bar Association of Cádiz.

Lates News:
  • The Abandonment of Containers in Maritime Traffic19 April, 2024 - 8:49 am

    A recurring problem in maritime transport is the abandonment of containers loaded with goods. When the consignee of the goods does not come to collect them after having been requested to do so as the authorised party, shipping companies are faced with a series of costs such as delays due to the occupation of the […]

  • UNIPORTBILBAO highlights in its Newsletter the article by AIYON on the Sanctioning Power of the DGMM15 April, 2024 - 10:38 am

    We would like to thank UNIPORTBILBAO – Port Community for including in its April Newsletter our article on the sanctioning power of the Directorate General of the Merchant Navy (DGMM), content that we published last February on our website. AIYON Abogados, as a member of UNIPORTBILBAO, has been collaborating for several years with this multimodal […]

  • “GREEN SHIPPING”, 20504 April, 2024 - 9:44 am

    Like so many other industries, the maritime industry is heading or at least intends to head towards a gradual decarbonisation in this century. While it is true that, as published in the report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) on the analysis of maritime transport in 2023 (1), greenhouse gas emissions […]


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