Fernando Gutiérrez graduated as a lawyer at Catholic University of Córdoba in February 2007. Prior to that, he participated during a semester as an international student (ISEP International Student Exchange Program) at William Paterson University of New Jersey, United States where he studied courses such as US Foreign Policy, Latin America Policy, American Government and US Constitutional Law among others. In 2008 he earned a Certification in Legal Aspects of International Trade at National University of Córdoba.
In 2010 he got a postgraduate degree (LL.M. in Comparative Law) at University of Florida, United States where he specialized in International Law and whose thesis “International Commercial Arbitration” was honored by the academic field of Levine College of Law (UF).
After his graduation in US, he was incorporated as a Foreign Legal Consultant at Diaz, Reus & Targ, L.L.P. in Miami, where he performed several tasks related to conflicts of public and private international law, including counseling and monitoring class actions against the Argentine National Bank (Banco de la Nación Argentina) all cases related to foreign holdouts. In regards to his academic activities he joined the Department of Public International Law at Catholic University of Córdoba, Law School. He was also an organizing member of the conference: “Globalization With a Human Face” presented by the US Board of Education, United Nations and the European Union Parlament. Fernando was a founding member of the Association of Professional Traders of Córdoba (APCE) and member of Rotary International (RCCC) as a Director of the International Services Committee.