Domingo Ochy got his Bachelor of Law at the Universidad de Panamá´s Law School in 2008 with a thesis titled "The Corporal Freedom and its Protection, Habeas Corpus", and obtained his licence to practice law from the Panama´s Supreme Court the same year. In January 2009, he received a post-graduate Title in Intellectual Property at Universidad Castilla-La Mancha, in Toledo Spain.
Domingo has experience in different areas of law, including migration law, corporate and civil law among others, that he gained working for small law firms and in the independent practice of law. He completed an internship in obtaining his bachelor in public institutions in Panama such as the Supreme Court and the Public Ministry (District Attorney´s office).
In 2008, he applied to a program in the Ministry of Commerce & Industry of Panama called "Foreign Trade Strengthening Program", becoming one of the selected persons to work as interns in the departments of the Ministry and was placed at the International Trade Negotiations Department, where he worked until august 2009, in the Economic Department, gaining experience in market access and rules of origin.
In 2009 he got accepted to the IELPO program. He speaks three fluent languages (Spanish, English and Portuguese) and knows a bit of German.