Abraham has extensive experience in handling complex litigation both in judicial and arbitration jurisdictions. He has successfully counseled numerous national and international companies in the resolution of delicate disputes. He perfectly combines the practical experience he has achieved by participation in various and varied litigation and the high technical quality, that he has polished throughout his years as professor in the Law Faculty of the University of Costa Rica in the Civil Procedural Law, General Procedures Theory and Private Contracts courses.
Abraham is also member of several organizations in which he participates actively such as the Civil and Commercial Committees of the Bar Association, the Legal Affairs Committee of AmCham in which he is chair of the Competition Subcommittee, Costa Rican Institute of Procedural Law and Panamerican Institute of Procedural Law.
Juris Doctor equivalent from the University of Costa Rica (2007) with honors.
Master of Procedural Law from the University of Salamanca (Spain) (2010) with honors.
Doctorate candidate of Procedural Law from the University of Salamanca (Spain).