Education: Catholic University of Santa María la Antigua – law degree 2004, magna cum laude; Columbia University – seminar on business transactions with Latin America, 2004; New York University – master’s (LLM) in corporate law, 2005.
Publications: co-author of “Absence of Market for Corporate Control for Panamanian Public Corporations and Protection of Minority Shareholders” published in the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Center for International Legal Studies, 2008; senior researcher and assistant to the author for the Panama chapter of Investment Disputes in the Americas: A Practical Guide, Brill Academic Publishers, 2009; contributor and researcher for the Doing Business Guides, the World Bank, 2006–2014.
Languages: Spanish, English and French (conversational).
Practice areas: commercial law, taxation, corporate law, merger and acquisitions, real estate.
Membership: member of the board of directors (2018–2020) of the British Chamber of Commerce in Panama.