Camilo Ramírez Gutierrez is a research professor and a university lecturer on legal interpretation, International Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, and Armed Conflicts at the Universidad del Bosque. Additionally, he is a founding member of the International Institute of Human Rights-Colombia Chapter and Young Penalists in the International Association of Penal Law. He was the research director to the International Red Cross Study of Customary International Humanitarian Law in Colombia 2020-2023 and participated in the 15th Advance Seminar in IHL for Academics and Policymakers in Geneva. He has 10 years of work experience in international human rights and international humanitarian law. He was a Lawyer- Legal Advisor in the International Systems of Protection Team - Reparation Division in The Colombian Unit for the Victims Assistance and Reparation; a Law clerk at the Constitutional Court of Colombia; Lawyer- External Legal Advisor in the Office of the Attorney General of Colombia in the project about cases ELN and Bacrim; and Advocate - Land and Property Restitution Litigation Team in the Colombian Commission of Jurists. He has written some books and papers in English and Spanish about international humanitarian law, transitional justice, and terrorism. He received a J.D. from the Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano and a degree in specialized studies in Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He also has an LL.M. in Law from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Currently, he is studying master’s degree in philosophy and works as a law clerk at the Revision Section of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace.