Carlos H. Garcia is a graduate resident at the International Labour Standards (NORMES) office of the International Labor Organization. He specializes in public international law, international dispute resolution and intellectual property law.
Prior to joining the ILO, Mr. Garcia practiced law both in the private and public sector, in connection with international environmental law, intellectual property law, international transactions and international arbitration.
Mr. Garcia has represented the Center for International Legal Studies at the UN Commission on International Trade Law and, as a member of the Public Interest Law group of the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia, he successfully litigated in several constitutional matters concerning civil rights of journalists and tribal peoples.
Mr. Garcia obtained his degree in law from the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia where he was awarded the outstanding dissertation award, and he received his master's degree in International and European Business Law from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich".