Juan Muguerza Odriozola
Juan Muguerza Odriozola is a senior associate in the Administrative Law, Planning and Zoning, and Environmental practice areas.
He has extensive experience in advising public and private entities and financial institutions on matters concerning public sector contracts (tenders, awards, amendments, rebalancing and early termination) and excluded sector contracts.
He also has a wealth of experience in representing clients before the judicial review courts as well as in legal audit processes and experience in the preparation of reports on hydrocarbons, water resources, waste, trade, transport, planning, historic heritage and the tobacco industry.
He has provided advice on international projects concerning infrastructure and passenger transport. Worthy of particular note is his advisory work for Bogotá City Hall involving an analysis of the best construction model for Line One of the Bogotá Metro, in the context of a consultancy arrangement financed by the World Bank.
Juan Muguerza Odriozola is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Degree in Law, majoring in Economics, Universidad de Deusto (2004).
Master’s Degree in Business Law, Centro de Estudios Garrigues and Harvard Law School (2005).
Juan Muguerza is co-author of the following publications:
- “Legal nature of income paid by public service users” (*), in conjunction with Alfredo Fernández Rancaño. Problemas Complejos y Evolución del Derecho Administrativo. Anuario 2014. Published by Aranzadi.
- “Analysis of the legal viability of transferring future claims to which a concession-holder may be entitled vis-à-vis a public authority on account of a concession agreement” (*), in conjunction with Alfredo Fernández Rancaño. Problemas Complejos y Evolución del Derecho Administrativo. Anuario 2015. Published by Aranzadi.
(*) originally published in Spanish. See Spanish CV for more information.