Mr. Enciso graduated as a lawyer, specialized in criminal law, at the Universidad del Rosario. He was exempted from presenting preparatory examinations due to his academic grade point average. His graduation thesis was cum laude and earned third place at the national level in the Otto de Greif National Contest for best undergraduate theses. In 2009 he was awarded a scholarship by Colfuturo to pursue his Master’s Degree in Law (LL.M.) at Columbia University in New York, where he was assistant researcher for George Fletcher and a student of Professors John Coffee and Joseph Raz. In 2014 he earned the top score in the ECAES (Superior Education Quality Exams) of the School of International Relations of the Universidad del Rosario, while pursuing his second academic career.
He has been a professor on General Criminal Law, Financial Criminal Law, Mechanisms for the Early Termination of Criminal Processes, Criminal Policy on Crimes against the Public Administration, Criminal Procedural Orality, Anti-corruption Statute, Criminal Law in Customs Crimes, International Public Law, Political Theory and International Business at the universities del Rosario, Javeriana, Externado, Sergio Arboleda, Piloto and Republicana.
In 2002, Mr. Enciso worked as a volunteer at the Inter-American Court on Human Rights in Washington D.C., and at Human Rights First in New York in 2010. Between 2003 and 2006, he worked at the law firm Jaime Lombana Villalba & Abogados, where he handled cases related to crimes against the public administration, the environment, intellectual property, equity and financial crimes. In 2006 he was involved in a World Bank project for the modernization of the judiciary branch in Guatemala. Subsequently, he worked at the Brigard & Urrutia law firm in 2008-2009. Between 2011 and 2013 he held the post as Regulation Director for the Productive Transformation Program of the Ministry of Trade, where he drafted the Bill on the Fight against Smuggling which is currently under debate in Congress.