Ana Cristina Gómez Pérez – English version

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Hearing May 2nd, 2019, The Status of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA): Lessons Learned Three Years Later.
Contact Information:
Telephone: (787) 999-9655
Email: ana.gomez@upr.edu

(Versión en español)

Professor Gómez Pérez is a Professor at the School of Law of the University of Puerto Rico and teaches courses in Real Estate Registry Law, Inheritance Rights, private law seminar on topics such as mortgage and Trusts. She began her undergraduate studies at the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, in Medellín, Colombia. Later she studied her Juris Doctor at the University of Puerto Rico. She holds a master’s degree from the Carlos III University of Madrid on Private Law and a diploma in Real Estate Registration Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid. In 2010, she obtained her Doctorate in Civil Law from the Complutense University of Madrid. Her doctoral thesis analyzes the fiduciary regulation in the administration of separate assets in those systems that do not recognize the figure of the trust.

Professor Gómez is the author of several specialized articles and book chapters published in Puerto Rico and Latin America on the topics of real estate registration, trusts, investments, and inheritance law. The professor has presented at several world and regional congresses on registration law, such as the IPRA-CINDER World Congresses in Dubai in 2016 and in Cartagena, 2018(http://ipra-cinder.info/). Her most recent publication was the book La hipoteca en el derecho inmobiliario puertorriqueño which she co-authored with Professor Lourdes I. Quintana Llorens. Gómez Pérez has been a visiting professor and publication mediator at the Catholic University of Peru. Professor Gómez Pérez has presented papers on several bills, including the presentation of an amendment to the PROMESA Act to declare the Public University as an essential service before the Natural Resources Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, on May 2, 2019.

Professor Gómez Pérez is a Professor at the School of Law of the University of Puerto Rico and teaches courses in Real Estate Registry Law, Inheritance Rights, private law seminar on topics such as mortgage and Trusts. She began her undergraduate studies at the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, in Medellín, Colombia. Later she studied her Juris Doctor at the University of Puerto Rico. She holds a master’s degree from the Carlos III University of Madrid on Private Law and a diploma in Real Estate Registration Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid. In 2010, she obtained her Doctorate in Civil Law from the Complutense University of Madrid. Her doctoral thesis analyzes the fiduciary regulation in the administration of separate assets in those systems that do not recognize the figure of the trust.

Professor Gómez is the author of several specialized articles and book chapters published in Puerto Rico and Latin America on the topics of real estate registration, trusts, investments, and inheritance law. The professor has presented at several world and regional congresses on registration law, such as the IPRA-CINDER World Congresses in Dubai in 2016 and in Cartagena, 2018(http://ipra-cinder.info/). Her most recent publication was the book La hipoteca en el derecho inmobiliario puertorriqueño which she co-authored with Professor Lourdes I. Quintana Llorens. Gómez Pérez has been a visiting professor and publication mediator at the Catholic University of Peru. Professor Gómez Pérez has presented papers on several bills, including the presentation of an amendment to the PROMESA Act to declare the Public University as an essential service before the Natural Resources Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, on May 2, 2019.

At the University of Puerto Rico, she has served in different governance bodies such as the Academic Senate and Claustral Representative of Río Piedras before the University Board, as well as Associate Dean of the School of Law.

Education:

  • B.A., Univ. Pontificia Bolivariana
  • J.D., Univ. of Puerto Rico
  • LL.M., Univ. Carlos III, Madrid
  • Doctorate in Law, Univ. Complutense  of Madrid
  • Diploma in Real Estate Registration Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid

Courses:  

  • Real Estate Registration Law
  • Inheritance law by reason of death
  • Family law
  • Sem. Topics in Civil Law: Comparative Contract Law
  • Sem. Topics in Civil Law: Trusts
  • Sem. Topics in Civil Law: Real Mortgage Law

Research:

  • Real Estate Registration Law
  • Inheritance Law by Reason of Death
  • Trusts and Succession Planning
  • Family Law
  • The trust as an alternative to the problem of ownership in Puerto Rico, research sponsored by Habitat for Humanity.

Publications:

Books

  • Co-author of La hipoteca en el derecho inmobiliario registral puertorriqueño

Book chapters

  • Investment Fund regulations in Spain, in Latin American Company Law from a Comparative and Economic Development Perspective. Carolina Academic Press. March 2012

Magazine articles

  • The Puerto Rican Registration System. Revista Iberoamericana de Derecho Inmobiliario Vol. 1. 2016
  • The Self-Execution of Guarantees in the American System. Revista Iberoamericana de Derecho Inmobiliario Vol. 2. 2017
  • The Digitization of the Registry and Data Protection in the North American System IPRA-CINDER, IPRA-CINDER World Congress, 2016. http://ipra-cinder.info/
  • Analysis of the Term of 2012-2012 in the Field of Real Estate Registration Law. University of Puerto Rico Magazine. 83 REV. SRB. UPR 879
  • Analysis of the Term 2010-2012 with regards to Family Law. Revista Jurídica Universidad de Puerto Rico, vol. 80 no. 3; 2011: p 883-894.
  • A Review of the Main Civil Doctrines that Prevent the Incorporation of the “Trust” in Spain. Revista Crítica de Derecho Inmobiliario (Spain). Year 2013, Year nº 89, Number 740
  • Therapeutic Jurisprudence the New Shield in Children’s Rights. International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IAMLH). Ana Cristina Gómez & Gustavo Torres Viera
  • The Conflict between Legal Traditions in Puerto Rican Private Commercial Law, 3 UPR Business Law Journal. 29, 37-38 (2012).
  • Analysis of the term of 2011-2012 in the field of Family Law. Journal of the University of Puerto Rico. 82 REV. SRB. UPR 635 Ana Cristina Gómez & Gustavo Torres Viera
  • Analysis of the term of 2011-2012 in the field of Real Estate Registration Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico. 82 REV. SRB. UPR 663
  • Collective Investment Funds in Spain and the United States. Revista de Derecho Bancario y Bursátil (Spain). 127 RDBB p. 211 July-November 2012
  • Commercial Law in Puerto Rico. 3 UPR Business Law Journal 1. uprblj.com
  • The Problem of Infrastructure Financing: Public-Private Partnerships. Dimension Magazine of the College of Engineers of December 2010. December 2010
  • From Registration Qualification to Automatic Enrollment: The Problems Facing Puerto Rico with Law 216 of December 27, 2010. Universidad Notarial de Argentina.
  • Analysis of the term of Real Estate Registry Law for the year 2010-2011, Law Journal University of Puerto Rico, vol. 79. No. 2; 2010.
  • Analysis of the Term of Real Estate Registration Law: 2009-2010. Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico. Vol. 81, number
  • Analysis of the Family Law Term: 2009-2010. Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico. Vol. 80, number 2
  • Analysis of the Term of Real Estate Registration Law: 2008-2009. Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico. 79 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 521
  • Analysis of the Family Law Term: 2008-2009. Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico. 79 Revista Jurídica. U.P.R. 539
    Analysis of the Term of Real Estate Registration Law: 2007-2008. Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico, 78 Revista Jurídica UPR. 411
  • Analysis of the Term of Family Law: 2007-2008. Law Journal of the University of Puerto Rico, 78 Revista Jurídica. U.P.R. 401
  • The Guarantee Trust in North American Jurisdiction: The Case of Murray v. US Bank, 365 F3d. 1284. Revista Derecho de los Negocios, Num. 186. March 2006. Madrid, Spain. 1130-5711
  • A Conservation Trust Assumption: The Case of Casa Pueblo in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico Revista La Notaria. Barcelona, Spain. November 2006. 8497681029

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