Naayeli Ramírez-Espinosa has a Law Degree (2001) from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico, she also has a master's degree in public law (2007, Komazawa University in Tokyo, Japan) and two doctorates, one in philosophy of law (2014, University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada) and another in public administration (2010, Waseda University in Tokyo). She did a post-doctorate in Intercultural Legal Education focusing on regulations and laws on Totonacas, Mayas and Purehépechas consultation and dialogue processes at the Institute for Research in Education of the Universidad Veracruzana during 2015 and 2016. In this role she also served as a member of the Commission of Design of the Law Degree with a Legal Pluralism Approach at the Veracruz Intercultural University. From 2016 to 2018, she worked as a consulting attorney for Mayan communities in the Chenes region, in Campeche. From 2017 to 2020 she collaborated as a consultant for the Human Rights and Extractive Industries program of the Foundation for Due Process (DPLF for its acronym in English). Naayeli is the author of various publications and articles on justice for indigenous peoples, and human rights. His latest publications are: a) "The legal battle against genetically modified soybean in Hopelchén, Campeche" with Jorge Fernández Mendiburu in the magazine Alegatos: (http://alegatos.azc.uam.mx/index.php/ra/article/ view / 957); b) "Municipal elections and democracy in Totonac territory: Mecatlan" with Antonino Santiago Isidro in the Mexican Studies / Estudios Mexicanos Magazine (https://online.ucpress.edu/msem/article/35/1/34/61655/Elecciones- municipalities-and-democracy-in-territory) and c) a chapter on the decision rendered in the case of the Hupacasath nation in Canada against the bilateral investment treaty signed between this country and China (https://www.elgaronline.com/ view / edcoll / 9781785367182 / 9781785367182.00011.xml).