- Degree in Law (UIB): extraordinary prize.
- Master in International Financial Criminal Law (UGr.): outstanding.
- Ph.D in Procedural Law (Complutense University of Madrid):
unanimously rated cum laude and extraordinary doctoral award.
Jaime has extensive experience in defending and prosecuting high-profile criminal cases, especially involving white-collar crime.
He has successfully litigated in many of the most notable cases of fraud and corruption in Spain, including the defence of well-known figures accused of complex international money laundering and embezzlement.
Jaime has successfully lodged appeals to the Supreme and Constitutional Courts, and is a specialist in jury trials.
He has deep experience in Extradition cases and preparing legal opinions before international Courts on extradition and improperly obtained evidence.
Jaime is also associate professor in procedural and criminal law (UIB).
His doctrinal articles have been published in specialist legal journals both in Spain and abroad. He has written four books on criminal procedure.
Confession after improperly obtained evidence. Thomson Reuters-Aranzadi (2015);
Fast-track criminal proceedings. Reus (2016);
Criminally obtained evidence by private individuals. From the Falciani list to Nadine Heredia´s diaries. A&G Ediciones (2018);
Open Justice and reporting restrictions in the information society. Dykinson (2019).
Jaime is a frequent speaker at conferences and congresses on procedural and criminal law both in Spain and abroad, and is a tutor to trainee judges, prosecutors and lawyers.
“He has a surgeon´s precision and is unbeatable at Court” (Última Hora)
“It was a top-notch pleading. Schematic and rigorous with a light spicy
dressing. Beluga caviar in a mother-of- pearl spoon” (CTXT)
“Brilliant” (Diario de Mallorca)
“Meticulous, disciplined, practical and coolheaded” (Vanity Fair Spain)