Dispute resolution involving complex cases with multijurisdictional aspects that involve overall strategies that include litigation before Panamanian courts, arbitration, (national and international arbitration), and negotiation (spanish/ English)
Cristina initiated her career in an international law firm where she gained vast experience in international disputes and arbitration. Result of her merits and achievements, very young in her career, she earned trust and reliability of important clients with global approach and international networks. In 2009 she founded LOVILL, where she leads the Dispute Resolution Team and she is among the Top 10 best Dispute Resolution Lawyers in Panama. Her team designs strategies that include judicial mechanisms, arbitration and negotiation. Her clients involve multinational companies, sovereign States and private clients, as well as family offices in different parts of the world.
Panamanian Bar Association, Panama British Business Association (PBBA), Administrator for Panama and judge of the Phillip C. Jessup Competition in Washington D.C, International Law Students Association (ISLA), Warwick Alumni.
Master in Law (LLM), Warwick University, United Kingdom, Chevening Scholar from the British Council “International Development Law and Human Rights”, (2006); General Legal Studies, Oviedo University, Spain, (1998); ICC YAF Representative 2017-2019; Arbitrator before the CeCAP;