Luis Maria Palma is the President of E-Justicia Latinoamérica, an international organization devoted to IT-based judicial reform. He is a lawyer, with a PhD in Political Science, a PhD in Sociology, a Doctorate and a Post PhD in Law. Luis Maria Palma is currently Dean of the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Belgrano, and Director of the Center of Judicial Studies of the University of Buenos Aires School of Law, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He also serves as Vice President for Latin and South America of the International Association for Court Administration (IACA).
Luis Maria Palma has run the Judicial Reform Program of the Ministry of Justice of Argentina, and served as General Coordinator of the National Judicial Management Commission of the Supreme Court of Justice of Argentina. During almost two decades, he worked in judicial reform consulting for projects developed by UNDP, USAID, Eurosocial, among other organizations.
To the present, he has taught 182 graduate courses in universities and judicial colleges of America and Europe, covering subjects as: Case Management, Court Administration, Judicial Government, Law & Economics, Model Courts, New Public Management, Institutional and Quality Evaluation, and Integral Time Management.
Luis Maria Palma is currently working in the development of new court administration models in Latin America.