He was born in the city of La Plata, Province of Buenos Aires, on December 7th, 1962.
He graduated as a Lawyer from the School of Law and Social Sciences of the National University of La Plata in 1986.
From May 1987 to May 1993, he worked as a lawyer for the Public Prosecution of the Province of Buenos Aires, where he was appointed Administrative, Tax, and Registration Under-Director in 1990. In late May 1993, he joined the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation as Court Clerk, until May 2001, when he joined Cárdenas, Cassagne & Associates law firm as a Partner from mid 2002 until the end of May 2005, when said firm split up, giving rise to Cassagne Abogados law firm.
His professional practice has always been complemented with an intense academic activity, currently active as Professor of pre-graduate studies in the subject Administrative Law I of the School of Law and Social Sciences of the University of La Plata, and of post-graduate courses at said university, at the School of Law and Political Sciences of the Argentine Pontifical Catholic University Santa María de los Buenos Aires, at the School of Law of the Austral University, at the School of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires, at the School of Law of the Catholic University of La Plata, and at the School of Law and Social Sciences of the Catholic University of the Cuyo Region.
From January 1999 until January 2004, he taught at the specialized courses on Administrative Law of the School of Law and Administration Sciences of the University of San Pablo of CEU, Madrid.
He taught as Guest Lecturer at the School of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Paris X, Nanterre, and of the specialization course on Administrative Law which is delivered at the School of Law of the University of Salamanca in January.
He is member (1994) and Secretary (2001) of the Institute of Administrative Law of the National Academy of Law and Social Sciences.
He was a member of the Commission of Administrative Law Legal Authorities, created by a Decree of the Executive Power of the Province of Buenos Aires 1150/1996. This commission was in charge of drafting the preliminary Code of Administrative Procedure for the Province of Buenos Aires, which, with very few changes, was enacted by the local Legislative Power as Law 12008.
He was a member of the Commission of Administrative Legislation, created by a Resolution of the Ministry of Justice and Human Resources of the Nation No. 730, dated 25 July 2000, which was entrusted with the drafting of the Code of Administrative Procedure of the Nation.
He is a member of the Commission of Legal Authorities created by Decree No. 1044/2010 of the Executive Power of the Province of Buenos Aires to make proposals to amend the provincial legal framework governing the administrative procedure.
He has authored over 90 papers in his specialty field both in Argentina and abroad, and three books entitled: (I) “Disciplinary Responsibility of Notaries. Governing Law; Constitutional, Historical, and Procedural Aspects”; (ii) “Justice in Administrative Matters in the Province of Buenos Aires. Territorial and Venue Jurisdiction. The Constitutional Amendment of 1994”, coauthored with Esq. Carlos R. Tribiño, and (iii) “The New Administrative Process of the Province of Buenos Aires”, coauthored with Esq. Juan Carlos Cassagne.
Under-Director of the Magazine of Administrative Law, published by Abeledo Perrot publishing house, and a member of the staff of collaborators of the Supplement of Administrative Law of said magazine.
Vice-President of the Ibero-American Association of Regulatory Studies (ASIER).
Director of the Institute of Administrative Law of the Association of Lawyers of the Judicial Department of La Plata.
Member and Secretary of the Institute of Administrative Law of the National Academy of Law and Social Sciences of Buenos Aires.
He has participated as lecturer, and still does, at congresses, courses, seminars, and conferences held in Argentina and abroad. He has developed a vast experience in the field of the Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, and Public Law, both provincial and municipal, derived from his professional practice in the State and in judicial sectors; from his rendering advisory assistance to both public and private sectors; and from his activity at all kinds of administrative and judicial litigations related to administrative procurements, development and financing of infrastructures, rendering public utilities, and tax matters.
In 2015, he was appointed Associate Judge of the Supreme Court of the Province of Buenos Aires.