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Rocío López

Rocío holds a Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources from the University of Seville (2016) and a Degree in Law from the University of Cadiz (2020). She also holds a Masters Degree in Maritime-Port Company Management and Maritime Law from the University of Deusto (2020) and a Masters Degree in Access to the Legal Profession from UNIR (2022).

In June 2022 Rocío successfully passed the final exam of the Masters Degree in Access for the Legal Profession

Rocío was part of the International Public, Procedural and Criminal Law Department at the University of Cadiz (2017-19) as a collaborating student participating in several research projects, especially in procedural matters, thus carrying out her first internship. She has also worked in a company in the maritime-port sector in Algeciras, for the international services coordination department.

Rocío entered the world of Maritime Law at the beginning of 2020 in Bilbao, where she did her first legal internship at a specialized law firm in that city.

In October 2020 she joined AIYON Abogados in its Algeciras office, where she is developing her professional activity in different areas of Maritime Law, Land Transport Law and International Commerce Law, specialising in the management of claims on maritime and land transport contracts, administrative sanctioning procedures to ships, recoveries and maritime insurance matters.

Member of the Bar Association of Madrid.

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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