Carolina González de la Fuente


Since 2018 Carolina González de la Fuente has been the Head of the Economic Criminal Law and Corporate Compliance Department of Ius+Aequitas, a boutique procedural law firm.

In 2005, Carolina González de la Fuente joined the Criminal Law Department of Ceca Magán Abogados, where she advised both individuals and companies such as Sigla, S.A. and the Repsol Group for several years.

After her time at said firm, she joined the Boutique Law Firm specialising in Criminal Law and Prison Law, Luis Romero Abogados, where she spent a large part of her career. She was appointed head of the Madrid office of the firm in 2012, a position she held until she joined Ius+Aequitas.

During her career as a criminal lawyer she has also specialised in Prison Law, Corporate Compliance and Money Laundering.

As a lawyer, she has participated in all types of criminal proceedings in Criminal Courts, Provincial Courts, the Criminal Division of the National Court and Jury Proceedings. She has conducted criminal litigation of all kinds, although in recent years she has focused her career almost exclusively on Economic Criminal Law.

In addition to her work as a lawyer, she has been frequently involved with the media, both as a consultant and as a live speaker on legal talk shows, providing her views on relevant current criminal proceedings.

She has been a member of the ECBA (European Criminal Bar Association) and ACAMS (Association Of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists)


White-Collar Crime.

Money Laundering.

Corporate Compliance.

Penitentiary Law.


2020: Legal 500: Ranked in the “White Collar” category in Spain: “The team is really competent”; “All the lawyers have a lot of experience and are very qualified to solve all kinds of issues, in a professional way, in the requested time”.

2021: LEADERS LEAGUE: Listed as “recommended” in the category “White-collar crime”.

2022: LEADERS LEAGUE: Listed as “highly recommended” in the “White-collar crime” category.

2022: Legal 500: Listed as “Next Generation Partners” in the “White-collar crime” category.


– Law Degree from the Universidad de Salamanca.

– Master’s Degree in Criminal Law Practice from the European Institute of Legal Practice “Schola Iuris”.

– University Specialist in Corporate Compliance from the Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR).

– ICAM Specialist Course in Prison Law.


– Spanish.

– English.


Madrid´s Bar Assotiation (“Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid”).

ACAMS (Association Of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists).