Almudena Solana López
Bachelor of Laws, Complutense University of Madrid (1986-1991).
An expert in Criminal Law, she has complemented her education with a number of courses and seminars, including:
Circumstantial evidence in criminal procedure.
The contribution of communications, image and sound recording and geolocation.
Criminal liability of corporate directors, employees and companies. Art. 31 bis of the Criminal Code. Data protection under criminal law. Art. 197 and 264 of the Criminal Code.
Implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.
Computer crimes and social media: discovery and disclosure of secrets, computer damages, sexting and stalking
Crimes against public finance, criminal and tax perspective.
Money laundering prevention course. Organised by the Madrid Bar Association.
Criminal macro-trials before the National Court of Spain.
Lawyer specialised in Family, Civil and Criminal Law with more than 25 years of experience in these fields.
Since 1992, she has been a collaborating lawyer at the firm previously known as COLON DE CARVAJAL ABOGADOS.
Member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Lawyer providing in-court representation in CRIMINAL MATTERS: NATIONAL COURT GENERAL AND SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS, and CASSATION APPEALS IN CRIMINAL CASES, among others, of the Madrid Bar Association.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Criminal Law, Corporate Compliance, Risk Management and Internal Investigations.
Litigation and Arbitration.
What Almudena likes
I’m addicted to everything related to sports (lately I’m into paddle tennis, Pilates and golf) and activities in the water, especially scuba diving. I also love animals, even if they’re not mine, as was the case of one at my hotel in a remote part of the world, and although we didn’t speak the same language, we understood each other perfectly.
What I enjoy the most these days is walking my dogs: seeing the look of happiness on their faces when it’s time to go out. And of course, I love beer, whether I’m drinking it alone or better yet, with friends and family (although you can’t really call it a hobby…)