Flavia Podestá

South / Latin America Board

Flavia Podestá is Prosecretary in the Supreme Court of the Province of Buenos Aires, in the Management Control Department since it creation in 2004. She is in charge of the Programming and Analysis Unit, and coordinator of the Best Practices Court Management Bank.

She is actively involved in comparative research, design, project and development of instruments for justice modernization, management audits , performance indicators, design, implementation and assessment tools, transparency of justice information and personal data protection, assessment of organizational climate and leadership. She integrated multidisciplinary teams.

Flavia has served as appraiser in 2012 of the National Quality Award in the Public Sector, created by Law 24127, organized by the Technical Secretariat of the National Quality Award.

She is member of the Board of the Latin American Network of Judges (REDLAJ) www.redlaj.net since its creation. She is serving as Vice President for Justice and Technology (since 2013), she has served as Vice President for Judicial Modernization and Management (2011-2013), she was member of the Advisory and Fiscal Council (2011-2009) and General Secretary of the Team work  e-Justice chaired by Luis Paulino Mora Mora, former President of the Supreme Court of Costa Rica. She has designed and coordinated projects aimed at sharing experiences in Latin America and justice cooperation.

She has been serving in academic and organizing committees of conferences in Argentina and also in Iberoamerica, speaker, moderator, institutional visits. International publications about modernization tools of justice.

Former fellow of the Intercampus Program at the University of Valladolid (1997) Course of Higher Judicial Training Iberoamerican Program of the General Council of the Judiciary of Spain (2005)

Specialist in Economic Administrative Law, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina Santa Maria de los Buenos Aires.

Prior to joining the Court, she has worked as a lawyer, and she has served as Senior Counsel of the Department of Administrative Law and Regulations in Beccar Varela Law firm in Buenos Aires (2000-2004).