Carolina Taddeo is not licensed to practice law in the United States.
Carolina Taddeo is a lawyer who graduated with honors from the University of Buenos Aires and has over five years of experience promoting and defending human rights. She has also participated in major international events such as the Second United Nations High Conference for South-South and Triangular Cooperation PABA+40 and the 2022 World Mayors Summit, a triennial climate action conference organized by the C40. Carolina has also demonstrated her exceptional legal talent and skill by being recognized as the runner-up in the 9th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition and placing second in the ANUAR G20 Simulation. She has served in the Argentine Commission for Migrants and Refugees and international UN entities. Carolina’s academic achievements are highlighted by her published essay “United States vs. China: Technology as the Paramount of Incompatible and Irreconcilable Elements” featured in the book “The City Upon the Hill: The United States in the 21st Century.”