Daniel Mogrovejo is a specialist in Constitutional Law and litigation and has vast experience in Criminal Law (substantive and procedural) and oral litigation. His professional practice has combined the academic sphere and exercise of the profession, and focuses on advice and representation in criminal, administrative and constitutional litigation, as well as in analysis and assessment of complex judicial processes.
In the public sector he was director of the Crime Policy Unit at the Ministry of Justice (2004-2005) and government attorney with subject jurisdiction at the Public Prosecutor’s Office (2006-2007). In recent years he has served as assistant attorney to the Plurinational Constitutional Court (2012-2016) and legal advisor to the Ministry of Justice.
In the academic sphere he has worked as consultant and researcher with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Swiss Technical Development Cooperation (COSUDE), the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA), MSD-USAID Bolivia, and the German Organization for Technical Cooperation (GTZ), on matters related to legal reforms and implementation and assessment of Bolivia’s criminal procedural reform, and has published some of his pertinent studies and papers. He has also taught Criminal Law at Universidad Católica Boliviana (La Paz).
- La Paz Bar Association