Isabel Tello specializes in criminal law.
She advises on conflict prevention and resolution in criminal law and criminal procedure law, and specializes in cyber security and privacy that aligns with the 2016 First Latin American Congress on Cybersecurity and Privacy (CLACYP).
Isabel has been assistant professor of Criminal Procedure Law at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (2012-2018).
She authored several articles on ethics, criminal law, criminal procedure law having been published in many legal journals and websites, such as Actualidad Jurídica, Gaceta Penal, LexLatin, Enfoque Derecho, and Punto de Encuentro. She has taught many courses and workshops on Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law.
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú – Lawyer (2017)
Universidad de Sevilla – Master’s Degree in Criminal Law (2019)
Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha – Master in Regulatory Compliance (2020)
Callao Bar Association
Director of Courses and Trainings of the Civil Association Themis (2016)
Former member of the Themis Board of Directors (2016)