Ilwen graduated with honors under the academic excellence program in the ``Legal Sciences and Law`` program at Universidad Autónomo Gabriel René Moreno, where she was recognized for having the best average in her class.
Currently, she is pursuing a Master’s degree in Civil Law and Civil Procedural Law at the same university with a full scholarship. Ilwen has completed specialized courses in succession law, family law, digital evidence, intellectual property, international trade, and arbitration. She also took the course “Ius naturalism and utopia in Bolivia” offered by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Additionally, she has participated in various national and international congresses organized by the Bar Association, the Plurinational Constitutional Court, the Chamber of Senators, the Universidad Autónoma Juan Misael Saracho in Tarija, and the Scientific International Academy.
Ilwen has experience representing clients and monitoring cases in courts and prosecutor’s offices. She also collaborates with the Pro Bono Bolivia Foundation, providing legal support to non-governmental organizations in development.
Ilwen has conducted workshops on promoting the rights and duties of adolescents at the Fortaleza San Guillermo de Malavalle Center (Social Reintegration Center for male adolescents aged 14 with criminal responsibility). She has been a scholarship recipient in various programs, including the “School of Training for Democracy and Development – ESFORDD” by the Jubileo Foundation and Hanns Seidel Stiftung. She also participated in the international course on Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law organized as part of the Yachay contest by the IDEHPUCP (Lima-Peru).