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     Date Submitted:07-06-2018
     Last Modified:11-06-2018 (10:08)
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     Current job:Lawyer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsLegal consultant with high level of expertise in the field of space law, contract law and commercial relations.

    2018   Assistant Professor, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
    Jordi is in charge of the design of the course related to drone technologies (UAV), legal and commercial aspects that should take place online as a topic during the 2018 Summer Course.

    2002–2017 Attorney at Law, Sandalinas Advocats, Barcelona, Spain
    Main Responsibilities: Litigation, contract drafting, contract negotiation, company formation and legal operability.
    One of his strongest skills is concerned contracts, obligations, and commercial relations. Jordi has 15 years of experience in litigation before civil and commercial courts. Moreover, he has acquired accounting and financial experience from the family firm he has worked at. Jordi's strongest skills could be summarized as follows: contract drafting, preparing accurate the memorandum of understanding and negotiating civil and commercial contracts. All of it without losing sight of the responsibilities that the company (and any party) may incur into, in case there is a problem arising out of the agreement itself. 

    Jordi has been a part of the legal team for "Sandalinas Advocats", a family law and auditing firm based in Barcelona, where he has been able to work with many international clients. 

    Jordi has a profound knowledge of Intellectual Property and Online Legal Commerce as well. Moreover, Jordi has been studying Space Commercial Law and Remote Sensing because this is the main field of his doctoral dissertation.

    One of the strongest points of Jordi is that he never let things go because it is essential to make a follow-up to every agreement and to control the deadlines as much as possible.

    February 2012 Secondment agreement, Spot Image, Toulouse, France
    Marin responsibilities: Contract drafting, research, and study
    Studying and collaborating with the legal department of Spot Image.

    Jordi followed a secondment agreement at the legal department of Spot Image, where he obtained experience in contract drafting at the Legal Department in 2012. 

    As far as the responsibilities involved therein, most of them referred to researching and enhancing contracts where and if convenient. Such agreements involved different parties in the space sector were involved: from space agencies, ground station companies, data, and imagery distributing companies to end user license agreements, to name but a few.

    2010–2018 Doctoral Studies, University of Jaen, Spain” “University of Toulouse, France” and “University of Barcelona, Spain

    • Doctoral Studies pursued to obtain the degree of Doctor in Space Law and Private Law after the defense of his doctoral thesis. The thesis focuses mainly on Space Commercial Law, Remote Sensing Law, and Space Contracts. Therefore, Jordi has a profound knowledge of instruments such as Copernicus (former GMES), Inspire, Intellectual Property Rights, Incoterms, Jurisdiction clauses, Applicable Law Terms, Waiver of Responsibilities and Arbitration settlement procedures.

    • “Visiting Researcher at the Institut für Luft- und Weltraumrecht in Cologne, Germany, between 2011 and 2013”

    • “External Researcher at the SIRIUS, Space Institute for Research on Innovative Uses of Satellites, 2016 - 2017”



    1998–1999 LL.M in European Business Law, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, the Netherlands

    • Master of Laws obtained at the Law Faculty of Nijmegen. This LL.M was a Consortium formed by the most reputable universities in Europe (Barcelona, Bolonia and Lyon) and featured topics like International Contracts, Environmental Law and Intellectual Property.


    1989–1994 Bachelor Degree in Law, University of Barcelona, Spain

    • Honors in Civil Law (Contracts and Obligations) and Political Economy. High grades in company law. 


    • IT skills:

    - Word, Excel

    - Email 

    - Android

    - HTML, basic web design throughout templates

    - Explorer, Mozilla, Google

    - cmd.exe

    - Wordpress

    - Online commerce

    - File type conversion

    - QGIS (beginner)

    - App design (beginner) 

    - Drone Pilot license (started)


    • Languages

    - English: Speaking and Writing: Fluent

    - French: Speaking and Writing: Fluent

    - German: Speaking (Average)

    - Spanish: Native

    - Catalan: Mother Tongue



    2016 Note published for the Space Institute for Research on Innovative Uses of Satellites (SIRIUS). Toulouse 1 Capitole (France). “Towards a Private Remote Sensing Order: a Necessary Leap”.

    2015 Winter edition ZLW. German Journal of Space Law. Page 666

    Article “Satellite Imagery and its Use as Evidence in the Proceedings of the International Criminal Court”

    2012 German Journal of Air and Space. ZLW 1/2012. Page 169

    Review of the book written by Achilleas, Philippe, “Droit de l’espace. Télécommunication – Observation – Navigation – Défense –Exploration.2 Ed. Larcier, 2009.

    2011 4/2011. ZLW German Journal of Air and Space Law. Page 686

    Review of the book by Lafferranderie, Gabriel and Marchisio, Sergio, “The Astronauts and the Rescue Agreement – Lessons learned”.

    2011 ZLW 60. Jg 2011 German Journal of Air and Space Law. Page 494.

    Report of the International Academy of Astronautics 2nd Symposium on Private Human Access to Space, Arcachon, May 30 th to June 1st 2011.

    2011 Report written by Jordi for the 2011 IISL  (International Institute of Space Law)  Proceedings. The 5th Eilene M. Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space Law Art IX of the Outer Space Treaty and Peaceful Purposes: Issues and Implementation, December 2, 2010 – Cosmos Club, Washington D.C. (U.S.A)


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