- Telecommunications (TMT)
- Public Law
- QA Legal: Associate (2021)
- QA Legal: intern (2020)
- Peruvian Constitutional Court: intern (2019-2020)
- Semana Económica: intern (2017-2018)
- Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú: LLB (2020)
- Organismo Supervisor de la Inversión Privada en Telecomunicaciones – Osiptel: XXIV Extension course on regulation, with a focus on telecommunications (2020)
- Institut des Etudes Politiques de Paris – Sciences Po: exchange studies (2018)
“Regulatory law is a thrilling way to combine the study of economic public policy with legal analysis, litigation, and project development.”
Since the beginning of my graduate studies, I felt a strong interest in economic public policy, microeconomics and the functioning of public institutions. During my exchange studies at Sciences Po and the specialization studies I followed at the Peruvian telecommunications regulatory agency (Osiptel) I found that regulatory law allows me to apply economic and public policy concepts in disputes, legal analysis and infrastructure projects.
Before focusing on regulation, I started my career at Semana Económica analyzing the economic impact of laws and policies. I was also an intern at the Peruvian Constitutional Court, taking part in drafting rulings concerning administrative law and economic constitutional law issues. Currently, I´m a Torts and Integration Seminar in Administrative Law teaching assistant at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Previously, I have been a teaching assistant at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in the Persons and Juridical Act courses.
As a member of the QA Legal team, I specialize in public-private partnerships (PPP), electricity and telecommunications (TMT). I have worked drafting legal reports regarding these areas of practice and ICSID expert reports on PPP projects, as well as on regulatory arbitrations and due diligence.
Being an associate in QA Legal is a wonderful opportunity to continue deepening my understanding of these issues. I like the analytical approach and the cross-cutting understanding of regulation that characterizes the law firm.