Professor Morales has a Law degree by the Autonomous University of Queretaro, a Master in Legal Sciences from the Autonomous University of Queretaro, with honorable mention; Professional certification in Public Management for Development by the Inter-American Development Bank. 

 

The professor has publications on topics such as human rights, critical legal theory, migration, gender, and critical pedagogy. With work in research with an impact in favor of populations in vulnerable situations such as migrants, workers, and people of sexual and gender diversity. 

 

Projects: Integration and management of the Legal Orality Instructional Program (PIOJ) approved by the Academic Council of the Law School (U.A.Q.), integrated into the body of activities for the development of Body Artistic Expression and Verbal Skills; Creation and direction of the workshop for the teaching and development of skills for the New Adversarial Penal System; Member of the research project PRONACES 2020-2026 "Analysis, critical balance and proposals for confirmation of public policy lines and regulatory framework on transnational human mobility in southern Mexico”.

Education

  • M.L.S., Master of Legal Studies 

  • LL.B., Bachelor of Laws

Teaching specialties

Business ethics 

Ethical teaching 

International human rights 

International treaties for business 

Politics and law

Research interests

Affiliations

Academic group of the Faculty of Law of the Autonomous University of Queretaro  

(Academia de Derecho Campus Amealco) 

 

PRONACES 2020-2026 "Analysis, critical balance and proposals for confirmation of public policy lines and regulatory framework on transnational human mobility in southern Mexico"

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