Author of around 60 publications, some of them in specialized magazines and journals such as Labor and Social Security (Argentina), Labor Law Magazine (Argentina), IUSLabor (Spain), Labor Relations (Spain), Spanish Labor Law Magazine (Spain), Labor and Law (Spain), the Latin American Social Law Magazine (Spain), the Latin American Social Law Magazine (Mexico) and Labor Law (Uruguay).
He has been hired to carry out research by different United Nations organizations, such as the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), and UNICEF.
At the ILO, he has been National Specialist in Labor Relations of the RELACENTRO Subregional Project and Principal Technical Advisor of the Subregional Project for Strengthening Labor Justice in Central America and the Dominican Republic.
For the Ministry of Labor of the Government of Canada, he prepared a diagnosis on the degree of compliance with certain minimum labor standards in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua (2001-2002), Belize and the Dominican Republic (2003) within the framework of the negotiation of a Free Trade Agreement of these countries with Canada.
He participated as a consultant in the ILO work team that was in charge of preparing a diagnosis of the labor relations system of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic (2003), and Panama (2004), within the framework of the negotiation process of a Free Trade Agreement between these countries with the United States of America; as well as in the diagnosis of the Labor Inspection of Honduras (2017) and the Dominican Republic (2018) and the update of the inspection manuals in the latter country (2020).
He also prepared for the ILO a Study Guide on International Labor Standards for labor judges and magistrates throughout Central America, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti (2020).
He has been a judicial official and served as Labor Judge of San José, Judge of the Labor Court of San José (currently the Court of Appeals); and he also held the position of Alternate Magistrate of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of Costa Rica.
He has been invited as an instructor in courses organized for judges and justices from all over Central America and the Dominican Republic, and in 2020 he participated in various training activities organized by the Judicial School of the Supreme Court of Justice of Costa Rica, the Judicial Organism of Guatemala and the Council of the Federal Judiciary of Mexico.
He works as a professor of Labor Law at the Law School of the University of Costa Rica, and he was coordinator of the Master's Degree in Labor Law and the Doctorate in Law at the Universidad Estatal a Distancia de Costa Rica.
He was president of the Costa Rican Association of Labor Law and Social Security.
He is a member of the Ibero-American Academy of Labor and Social Security Law.