The jurist Adolfo Suárez (pictured), three months after retiring from politics, has inaugurated his own law firm, Adolfo Suárez Abogados.
Suárez holds a Law Degree from the San Pablo CEU University in Madrid and a Master of Laws degree from Harvard University. In 1990 he began his career at Banco Popular, although in 1998 he decided to take a step further and founded Suárez & Illana Abogados until joining Ontier in July 2010.
In 2002, he joined the PP, where the then President of the Government, José María Aznar, included him in the executive committee and appointed him candidate for the presidency of Castilla-La Mancha in the 2003 regional elections.
In October 2018, he announced that he was leaving the international presidency of Ontier to devote himself exclusively to his then new position as president of the Concordia y Libertad Foundation, created by the Partido Popular.
Today, the jurist returns to the law practice with his own firm, “Adolfo Suárez Abogados”.