María Inés Corrá is a partner in the administrative law and regulatory law and international arbitration practices and leads the energy practice at the firm.
She advises clients on a variety of regulatory issues has and has extensive experience in energy (power, oil and gas) and public utilities matters. Ms Corrá has successfully served as counsel in institutional or ad hoc arbitrations under all major international arbitration rules. These arbitrations have involved significant disputes related to a variety of matters, including BIT disputes involving foreign investments in energy, telecommunication and IT services, among others.
She lectures on administrative law, and is visiting professor of regulatory law in postgraduate courses.
She is a founding member of the energy committee at the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires. She is a founding member of Women Way in Arbitration LATAM, an association from which she works to promote the role of women in the region in international arbitration.
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