Aintzane has a law degree from Carlos III University in Madrid (Spain), a Master's in Advanced Studies in Human Rights. She is currently enrolled in a PhD in Law program from the same university, investigating in corporate responsibility for human rights violations. She also has an Executive Master's degree in Business Law, which she completed at the Garrigues center in collaboration with Harvard University.
Aintzane Márquez Tejón
Prior to joining WLW, Aintzane worked as a lawyer in the criminal law department of the Garrigues office for seven years. Since 2015, she has been a legal advisor for ICADE and Amnesty International, providing legal guidance on corporate responsibility for human rights violations. Before starting at the Garrigues office, she was a volunteer lawyer for the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid. She has taken several human rights and women's studies courses, including the ICAM gender violence specialization course, the human rights and transitional justice course, and an advanced course in international criminal law taught by the Grotius Center and the International Law Academy of The Hague at the University of Leiden in Holland.
WHERE ARE YOU FROM?
WHAT LANGUAGES DO YOU SPEAK?
Spanish, English and French.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT WORKING FOR WOMEN'S LINK?
Women's Link has given me the opportunity to use the law as a tool to contribute to a more just and equal society for women and girls.