Yacambu University, Venezuelan Law Degree, 2008
Instituto Europeo Campus Stellae, Triple Master en Derecho Internacional, Derechos Humanos y Cooperacion Internacional, 2009
Universidad de Sevilla, Curso Especializado en Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social, 2010
Università della Sapienza, Master Universitario di II Livello in Diritto del Lavoro e della Previdenza Sociale 2012
Florida Bar as a Foreign Legal Consultant, not admitted to practice law in Florida
Venezuela (Lara State Bar Association)
FOREIGN LEGAL CONSULTANT, NOT ADMITTED TO PRACTICE LAW IN FLORIDA
Ph: (305) 444-5565
Ana Colmenares is a Foreign Legal Consultant, not admitted to practice law in Florida, specializing in Venezuelan Law. Prior to joining Zumpano Patricios, she received her law degree from Yacambu University in Venezuela. She studied international law, human rights, and international cooperation at the Instituto Europeo Campus Stellae, labor law at the Universidad de Sevilla, and labor law and social security at Università della Sapineza, and completed the respective programs listed below.
Ana practiced in Venezuela for over six years and focused on international law, labor law, and social security. She represented business entities in commercial and employment matters, and also represented construction companies in negotiations with unions. Ana is fluent in Spanish, English, and Italian.
Labor Procedure Law: Annotated, and related with the Jurisprudence, Universitas. Venezuela, 2008 (Co-author)
Approximations of the Elements of the Labor Contract in connection with the Recommendation 198 from the International Labor Organization, Labor Law Magazine No. 7. Universitas. Venezuela, 2009
Protection of Venezuelan Women and their Right to Work. Approximations of a legal-social approach, Labor Law Magazine No. 9. Universitas. Venezuela, 2010
Protection of the Employees’ Privacy, Memories of the VIII American Congress of Labor Law and Social Security. Colombia, 2010.
Non-Specific Labor Rights. Venezuelan approach, Social Law Magazine No. 13 University of Mexico. Mexico, 2011
Socio-Labor Exclusion. European Perspectives, European Congress Memories. Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, 2011