MIGUEL LANGON CUÑARRO
langon@curbelo.com.uy

Academic Qualifications::
Doctor of Laws and Social Sciences graduated from the Universidad de la República in 1971.
Doctor of International Relations graduated from the Universidad de la República in 1977.

Public Office Positions:
Attorney General for Administrative Matters (1999-2009).
4th Term Attorney General for Criminal Matters (1978-1999).
Assistant Attorney General (1977).
Attorney General of Río Negro (1976).
Attorney General of Rivera (1974).
Justice of the Peace of Rosario Oriental, 3rd Judicial District of Colonia (1974).

Teaching Experience and Memberships:
Criminal Law Professor, Universidad de la República Law School (since 1993).
Criminal Law Professor, Criminal Law I and Criminal Law II, Universidad de Montevideo (since 1991).
Criminal Law Professor, Criminal Law II, Universidad de la Empresa (since 2005).
Assistant Professor of Criminology, Universidad de la República Law School (since 1993).
Director of the Uruguayan Criminal Law Institute for ten years (1993-2003).
President and Founder of the Criminology Research and Studies Center (CIEC) (1982-1985).
Member of the United Nations’ ROSTER of Experts in the field of crimes against the environment, in the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Division of Vienna, Austria, upon request of the Executive Power (Resolution 1993/28 of July 27, 1993).
Member of the Argentinean Association of Criminal Law Professors (since 2007) .


Published Works:
Most of Langon’s vast work has been included in “Course on Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law", First Volume, First Part, published by Del Foro, 200:269-279; updated in the same “Course”, Third Volume, published by Del Foro, 2001:284, and his most recent work, in Volume I, Uruguayan Criminal Code Annotated with Commentaries, 2008.

Languages:
Spanish, English, French, Italian.