Associate attorney at CENTRAL LAW in Guatemala. Graduate of the University of San Carlos (USAC) in Guatemala and Master of Tax Law from the same University. Holds a diploma in Environmental Management from the Guatemalan Chamber of Industry; a certification in Project Management from the University of Texas at Austin; certificates in OTC Financial Derivatives & Swaps from the Institute Global Americas, and in International Commerce from the Guatemalan Association of Exporters (AGEXPORT); and a diploma in Maritime Law from the Rafael Landivar University (URL).
Cabrera concentrates his practice on Civil and Mercantile Hiring, Associative Models and Associative Alliances, Public Hiring and Public Hiring Procedures, Taxes, Mining, Hydrocarbons and Energy, and Natural Resources.
He has ample experience in his teaching career. This includes work as an Associate in Mercantile Law for the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences at the University of San Carlos (USAC) in Guatemala; an Associate in Logic for the School of International Relations in the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences at the University of San Carlos (USAC) in Guatemala; a Visiting Professor for the Energy Regulatory Framework in Guatemala and the Social, Economic, and Environmental Implications from the Generation of Electricity for the Master’s program in Energy, for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University San Pablo in Guatemala (USPG); and a Visiting Professor for Social Pacts for the Master’s program in Mercantile Law at the School for Post-Graduate Studies at the University of San Carlos (USAC) in Guatemala.