Jansy Castro Dominguez

  • Senior Associate Attorney

Jansy Castro began her career as a criminal specialist as a Public Defender from 2005 to 2010; she then worked as an in-house lawyer for the Superintendency of Banks of the Dominican Republic until 2014; and later she worked as lawyer of the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic until 2016. In her practice, General Criminal Law and Business Criminal Law stand out. She is an expert in banking regulation matters and aspects of constitutional law. She has also been a professor of Criminal Procedure Law, Constitutional Law and Banking Regulation.

Practice areas

  • Economic Criminal Law
  • Banking Regulation
  • Constitutional Law
  • Litigation


  • Master in Global Rule of Law & Constitutional Democracy, University of Genoa (2016)
  • International Course on Constitutional and Administrative Law, University of Salamanca (2014)
  • International Course in Pontifical Constitutional Procedural Law, Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia (2013)
  • Litigation Techniques, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico (Inter) (2012)
  • Master in Constitutional Law and Public Law, Castilla La Mancha University, Albacete, Spain (2011)
  • Master’s Degree in Constitutional Law, Iberoamerican University (2010)
  • Diploma in Banking Update, Iberoamerican University / Florida International University (2010)
  • Specialization in Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Constitutional Procedure. University of San Andres (Buenos Aires, Argentina). (2009)
  • Specialization in Criminal Procedure Law and Constitutional Procedure, University of Costa Rica (2008)
  • Public Defender, National School of the Judiciary (ENJ) (2005)
  • Master’s Degree in Business Law and Economic Legislation, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (2005)
  • Law Degree, Pedro Henríquez Ureña National University (Unphu) (2003)


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