Alberto Díaz Alavez holds a Master in Political Sciences from El Colegio de México and a Bachelor's degree in Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
He is been working in the Federal and the Mexico's City Public Administration solving appeals in administrative procedures in matters of federal transport, construction and services. Also centering his labor in topics such as: responsibilities, auditing, transparency, procedures and services, and issues related to administrative simplification and regulatory deregulation, for the development of tools that allow efficient processes within the bureaucratic apparatus. Currently he works at the Federal Attorney's Offices for the Protection of Children and Adolescents.
Some initiatives of laws in which he worked creating are the Law of Electronic Government of Mexico City and the Law to make Mexico City a More Open City, Law of Regulatory Improvement of Mexico City (2017), among others Decrees, Regulations, Agreements, Guidelines and Circulars.
Recently he is focusing his academic work towards the institutional change in the Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico and social impacts of energy regulation in Mexico.