Enrique Rodríguez Celada > Uría Menéndez > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Uría Menéndez
28002 MADRID

Work Department

Corporate Crime and Internal Investigations.


Enrique Rodríguez Celada joined Uría Menéndez in September 2008. He had previously worked in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, in Washington D.C., and in the Permanent Mission of Spain to the United Nations, in New York.

Enrique’s practice focuses on white collar crimes. He has taken part in complex criminal proceedings involving fraudulent bankruptcy, tax crime, fraud, corporate crime, corruption, subsidy fraud and crimes against workers’ rights, among others. Enrique also has experience in litigation with international implications (e.g. letters rogatory or the enforcement of foreign judgments) and in the coordination of clients’ legal defences in various jurisdictions.

He also advises clients on matters regarding the criminal liability of corporations, which includes preparing and reviewing compliance programmes, implementing anticorruption policies and leading internal investigations.


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  • Madrid Bar Association


  • Law Degree, ICADE E-1, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, 2007
  • Degree in Political Science and Public Administration, ICADE, 2008
  • Diploma in International Relations, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, 2007

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > White-collar crime

The corporate crime and internal investigations group at Uría Menéndez remains a leader in the market, where it acts for well-known international corporations, financial institutions and management teams on a diverse range of issues. Such matters include money laundering, fraud, tax offences, corruption, crisis management and regulatory compliance. Led by white-collar criminal law specialist Jaime Alonso and commercial and bank fraud expert Ismael Clemente in Madrid, the team’s client base covers the engineering, construction, finance, retail, technology and IT services sectors. Key support is provided by counsels Manuel Álvarez, Enrique Rodríguez Celada and Patricia Leandro in Madrid. Oscar Morales left the firm.