Professor Cecilia, is head of the subject “Gender perspective” at the Federal Judiciary Government in Mexico, she is currently a doctoral student at International University of La Rioja in Spain, her thesis: “Judging with a gender perspective, in jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”. She holds master degrees, in Legal Reasoning from University of Alicante, Spain, in Legal Sciences from Panamerican University, in Mexico, and in Legal Reasoning from University of Palermo, Italy. She also has a Specialization in Political, Economic and Social Sciences from the Phoenix Institute at the University of Notre Dame, United States; Specialization in Constitutional Justice from University of Castilla La Mancha, Toledo, Spain. And several diplomas, in Human Rights from Henry Dunant Institute in Geneva, Switzerland; in Legal Comparison Methodology, from University of Bologna, Italy: and in Family Law from Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
She is currently the Vice President of the Mexican Bar of Lawyers in Aguascalientes, member of the Advisory Council of the Association of Women Judges of Spain, among others.
Professor Palomo, made a professional visit, as well as a doctoral research stay at the Inter-American Court, and has recently associated with the UNESCO Chair on Futures Literacy with a gender approach in Latin America.
She has been lecturer in seminars related to human rights in Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, United States, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Colombia and France.