Master in Notary and Registry Law, with a master’s degree from the University of Costa Rica. He has more than twenty years of experience in the study, analysis, development, and modernization of notarial, registry, and cadastral systems.

He served as Executive Director of the National Directorate of Notaries, with a career of more than 20 years working in the National Registry as director of the Real Estate Registry. In addition, he served as Registrar, performing functions of qualification and registration of notarial, judicial, and administrative documents.

He was head of Registry Technical Advisory, in addition to being in charge of coordinating the projects of modernization of the registry in its different stages. He has done other consultancies for various international organizations, such as the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank, in different countries, for example, Guatemala, Honduras, Dominican Republic, and Costa Rica.

He also worked as a professor in the Graduate Studies Program of the University of Costa Rica, with a master’s degree in Notarial and Registry Law. Likewise, he was a Notarial and Registry Law professor at the University of San José. He has also worked as a professor and trainer in postgraduate programs, including Master in Real Estate and Registry Law at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and in the Specialization in Real Estate and Commercial Registry Law at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua (UNAN) in Managua, Nicaragua.

Guillermo is a member of the Evaluation Tribunal of the Supreme Court of Justice for the selection of judges of the Notarial Court and Tribunal. He had legislative participation in the Sub-Commission of Legal Affairs that drafted the Notarial Code. Likewise, he participated in the recommendation and drafting of the reforms given in the Notarial Code to Title VII of said Code.

He is currently part of the AG Legal team as a Senior Attorney.