Amalia Hernández Sendín is a principal associate in the Administrative Law, Planning and Zoning, and Environmental department.
She specializes in public procurement, particularly in public-private partnership models in a range of industries, including the healthcare and transport industries.
She has extensive experience in advising the private sector on trade and consumption, as well as in the conduct of legal audits for the preparation of reports in the areas of healthcare, transport, renewable energy, water resources and mines, to name a few.
She advises the public and private sector on zoning and planning. She is an expert in administrative, judicial review, penalty and tortious liability proceedings; on advising on alienable and inalienable property in the public domain and condemnation; and on the drafting and implementation of legislation.
Amalia Hernández Sendín is a member of the Madrid Bar Association. She has lectured at Universidad de Salamanca and IE, as well as on the Labor Law Master’s Degree offered by Centro de Estudios Garrigues and on the Executive Master’s Degree in conjunction with Harvard Law School.
She has also delivered presentations on public law at Unidad Editorial, IFAES, IRR, Universidad de las Islas Baleares and Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, among others. She co-authored the written course on Public Private Partnerships organized by IIR.
Degree in Law, Universidad de Salamanca.
Doctorate courses, Universidad de Salamanca. Program entitled “The Legal and Economic Aspects of Corruption” (2002-2004). Degree coursework rated Excellent cum laude. End of Degree Prize for outstanding achievement.
Preparations to sit the open examination for entry into the State Civil Administration Management Service.