For 14 years, Emiro Antonio García Rosas has held positions in the Supreme Court. He started as an alternate Justice of the Constitutional Court in 2000, then in 2004, he became the first Associate Judge of the Political-Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court and currently holds the position of director of the highest Venezuelan court.
García graduated as a lawyer from the Central University of Venezuela in 1965, and he then completed postgraduate studies at the Andrés Bello Catholic University, where he specialised in Litigation. He founded the firm García Rosas Abogados Asociados, based in Puerto La Cruz, Anzoátegui, a state where he also taught at Universidad de Oriente (UDO).
He was a member of the General Constitutional Committee of Anzoátegui and chaired several associations for the protection of the arts and the environment, such as the Venezuelan Association of Artists (Avap) and the Federation of Environmental Organisations and Boards of Venezuela (Forge).
In 1999 he served as State Attorney of Anzoátegui, but he resigned the following year. Since then he works as a Justice in the Supreme Court and currently holds the position of director.