Silvia Palacios Flores

Partners • Madrid

Silvia Palacios Flores


Silvia Palacios Flores

Partner and Lawyer. Manager of the Labour and Employment Law Department.

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Associate at EJASO ETL GLOBAL and Head of the Labour Law Area of the Labour and Employment Department at the firm.

Qualified in Law at the Charles III University of Madrid in 1999 and specialised in Labour Law.

She joined EJASO ETL GLOBAL in June 2005 and the Madrid Bar Association of Madrid in 2006.

Master’s Degree in the Legal Profession Law at the Fundación Sagardoy.

Legal representation in all instances of the labour courts, both individual and for collectives.

Legal representation before the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights.

Participation in numerous redundancy cases, substantial modification of working conditions and suspension of work contracts.

Advice to companies, professional associations and senior management on labour relations.

Specialist in international worker secondment.

Professional career accompanied by additional academic training by doing different specialised training courses.

Early career giving classes in Labour Training and Guidance in Higher Education.

Currently a civil servant on leave.

Professional career

  • (2006- Present Day) Lawyer at Ejaso ETL Global.

Academic achievements

  • (2000 call) Lecturer on Leave of the Spanish Corps of Teachers. Secondary in Labour Training and Guidance.
  • (1999) Qualified in Law at the Charles III University of Madrid.

Additional training

  • (2015) Management of International Expatriate and Inpatriate Mobility. Centro de Estudios Garrigues.
  • (2006) Master’s Degree in Labour the Legal Profession. Fundación Sagardoy.

Teaching experience

  • Speaker at training courses for professional companies and associations.
  • (2015-2016) Honorary Contributor to the Master’s Degree Initiation to the Legal Profession, at the Complutense University of Madrid – Labour Law.
  • (2000-2007) Lecturer in Training and Labour Guidance in higher courses at Secondary Schools.


Spanish and English.

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