- Administrative Law
- Public-Private Partnerships
- Energy Law & Regulation
- Infrastructure Law
- Telecommunications Law & Regulation
- Founder of Quiñones Alayza Abogados (since July 2018).
- Director of the LL.M. Program on Economic Administrative Law Universidad del Pacífico (2019)
- Partner at Rodrigo Elías & Medrano Abogados (1996 – 2018). Associate at Rodrigo, Elias & Medran (1992 – 1996).
- Lima Bar Association
- Themis – Law Review
- Harvard Club of Peru
- Lima Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Center
- PUCP Arbitration Center
- AMCHAM Arbitration Center
- OSCE Arbitration Center
- Harvard University School of Law: LL.M. (1991).
- Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú: LL.B. (1990) – D. (1992).
I started my career as a lawyer in the 1990s. When I finished my Master of Law (LL.M.) degree at Harvard University, I was the first woman hired by a major law firm in Peru.
At this firm, I was able to transfer everything that I had learned in Economic Administrative Law, Public Private Partnerships, and Regulation of Public Services and Infrastructure, with special emphasis on energy, sanitation, transportation, and telecommunications and infrastructure facilities.
In 2018, I decided to build a young and passionate team of lawyers and start my own firm: QA Legal, a firm with a modern approach and innovative solutions, where strategic analysis and applied research prevail.
Through QA Legal, and through the association Women in the Profession, to which I belong to since 2016, we promote the visibility, leadership, and possibilities of female lawyers.
I have been a university professor for many years, and I regularly do research and publish academic articles in various specialized magazines at the domestic and international level.