Joy Paull Torres is an associate at Morgan & Morgan and works in the areas of Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Criminal Law.
Mr. Torres has extensive experience in criminal, correctional, administrative, and insurance processes, among others.
Mr. Torres, also, is a professor of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law, Insurance Law and Administrative Law in several local universities.
He obtained a degree in Law and Political Science from the Law School of the University of Panama. In addition, he has postgraduate degrees in Accusatory Criminal Justice System and in Higher Education; as well as master's degrees in Procedural Law, Criminal Law and Criminal Procedural Law, and Administrative Law (in progress).
He was trained as Professor of the Adversarial Criminal Justice System by the Judiciary, the Higher Institute of the Judiciary and the Embassy of the United States.
Mr. Torres is a member of the National Bar Association of Panama and President of the Liaison Committee with the Faculties of Law at national level.
Mr. Torres is admitted to practice law in the Republic of Panama.