Claudio Coello 20 1º. Madrid
Miguel Bueno

Public and Regulatory Law Partner


Law Degree from the Complutense University of Madrid (2001), Miguel Bueno joined the State Lawyers Corps in 2005. As an specialist in Public and Regulatory Law, he has more tan 17 years of extensive experience in the Public Sector as a public manager, legal advisor and, as a lawyer, mainly in the contentious-administrative jurisdictional order.

Since joining the State Lawyers Corps, Miguel Bueno has held various positions as legal advisor and litigation lawyer: Chief State Lawyer in Guipúzcoa, State Lawyer before the Central Contentious-Administrative Courts, State Lawyer before the National Court, Chief State Lawyer in the Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support and State Lawyer before the Supreme Court. He has also worked as external legal advisor to public companies dedicated to the bidding and management of land transport infrastructures and public scientific research organizations.

In the public business sector, Miguel Bueno has held a position of director on different Boards of Directors of public companies and public entities that carry out activities in economic areas and various regulated sectors: port activity, agricultural infrastructures, and security in production and information processing.

His activity as a public manager has been closely linked to the technology and digital development sector, having held the positions of Secretary General and the Board of Directors of the public business entity and Secretary of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE) and the National Innovation Company (ENISA) and CTI Tecnología y Gestión S.A; He was also Secretary of the Board of Trustees of FUNDETEC (Private Foundation for the Infotechnological Development of Companies and Society).

As an expert in normative production, in 2018 he assumed responsibilities as Technical General Secretary of the Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Function and, subsequently, in 2020 as Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice, being for this concept a member of the General Commission of Secretaries of State and Undersecretaries and of the General Codification Commission. In this period he led and participated materially in the elaboration of various legal projects, including, among others, the modification of Laws 39/2015 and 40/2015 on the patrimonial responsibility of the Legislative State, the Laws of Procedural Efficiency, Organizational Efficiency and Digital Efficiency of the Administration of Justice, the transposition of the whistleblower protection regulations (the so-called “Whistleblowers” Directive),  Law 8/2021, amending civil and procedural legislation to support people with disabilities and Law 16/2022, of 5 September, amending the revised text of the Bankruptcy Law, for the transposition of Directive (EU) 2019/1023.

In his last assignment as State Attorney before the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court, Miguel Bueno has participated in dozens of cassation appeals in their different stages of processing and in different procedural positions as appellant and respondent.

He has also been a professor at the National Institute of Public Administration (INAP) and in the Master’s Degree for Access to the Legal Profession at the CEU San Pablo University in the area of Public Law.

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