Gustavo A. Gelpí

Académico de Número

Académico de Número

Educación

  • Juris Doctor, Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts (1991)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts (1987)

Carrera Profesional

  • United States District Judge – Puerto Rico  (2006 – present)
  • United States Magistrate Judge – Puerto Rico  (2001 – 2006)
  • Special Litigation Counsel, MCConnell Valdés – Puerto Rico  (2001)
  • Solicitor General – Puerto Rico  (1999 – 2000)
  • Assistant Attorney General, Puerto Rico Department of Justice, Office of Legal Counsel  (1997 – 1999)
  • Special Counsel to the Attorney General of Puerto Rico  (1997)
  • Special Counsel, United States Sentencing Commission – Washington, DC  (1996)
  • Assistant Federal Public Defender – Puerto Rico  (1993 – 1996)
  • Law Clerk to United States District Judge Juan M. Pérez-Giménez – Puerto Rico  (1991 – 1993)

Publicaciones

  • Police Reform as Seen Through the Eyes of a Federal Judge, The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 63 Issue 8 (Sept 2016)
  • An Experiment in Territorial Governance: The Panama Canal Zone and its Federal Court, The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 63 Issue 5 (June 2016)
  • The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Article III Federal Court in Puerto Rico , The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 63 Issue 6 (July 2016)
  • The Insular Cases: A Comparative Historical Study of Puerto Rico, Hawai`i and the Philippines, The Federal Lawyer Vol. 58 No. 3 (March / April 2011)
  • The Federal Judiciary of the Confederate States of America During the Civil War Period , The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 53 No. 9 (October 2006)
  • The Maritime Law of Puerto Rico, 28 Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce 647 (1997)
  • Co Author of the Sentencing Tips for Beginning Federal Practitioners, American Bar Association Criminal Justice Magazine Vol. 11 No. 4 (Winter 1997)
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. JOSE LUIS VAELLO MADERO, Defendant.

Article IV of the Constitution confers upon Congress the power to enact all needful rules and regulations...

Discurso de Instalación Honorable Gustavo Gelpí

Patriota y mártir para unos. Sedicioso y criminal para otros. Los Gobiernos de Estados Unidos y Puerto...

Comment on Blocher & Gulati’s “Puerto Rico and the Right of Accession”

I feel compelled to address one particularly important matter: Puerto Ricans are natural-born U.S. citizens. This status...