Mauricio Duarte is an International Associate based in Guatemala. Mauricio has a deep background in international arbitration and alternate dispute mechanisms and has focused especially on the use of technology to solve disputes. His previous experience led him to become a Fellow in the Kleros Fellowship of Justice in Law & Society. Mauricio is a professor at Universidad Francisco Marroquín where he teaches “Lawyering Skills I & II” and “Networking & Technology Resources.” Mauricio is a co-founder of Guatemala Legal Hackers and Legal Hackers Podcast (In Spanish).
Mauricio graduated with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Public Notary from Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala). Subsequently, he graduated with an LL.M. in U.S. Law from the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota). Outside of his working life, Mauricio is a marathon runner and triathlete.