Carmen Abuín is a senior associate in the Administrative Law, Planning and Zoning practice of the Vigo office, where she has pursued her professional career since 2011.
She provides legal advice in various areas of public law, planning and zoning, such as subsidies and public aid, regulated sectors (particularly energy), environmental matters, mining, coasts, and condemnation proceedings, to both public and private entities, as well as acting as legal counsel in administrative proceedings and judicial review proceedings in general.
Carmen has been a member of the Vigo Bar Association since 2011.
Degree in Law (Business and Financial specialty), Universidad de Vigo.
Executive Master’s Degree in Business Law, Centro de Estudios Garrigues in collaboration with Harvard Law School.
“The penalty regime for casinos: jurisdiction to regulate infringements. Special reference to online casinos” (*), published in the online work Big Data Jurist, of Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE).
(*) originally published in Spanish. See Spanish CV for further details.