Lawyer profile for Latin America 2022
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Public Law - Argentina
This content is provided by María Morena del Río
Morena’s practice covers regulatory, infrastructure and environmental matters. Her regulatory and administrative law practice includes bids and public contracts, administrative procedures, administrative processes, claims against the Administration, defense in punitive proceedings, regulatory advice and consumer defense.
She joined Allende & Brea in 2003, and heads the department of administrative and environmental law. She was named partner of the firm in December 2006 and is a member of the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires.
In 1995 she graduated as a lawyer from the School of Law of “Universidad Nacional de La Plata”. In 1996 she attended the Training Program for Lawyers organized by FORES and won the Award granted by the Bank Boston Foundation. In 1998 she gained a Masters Degree in Administrative Law from Universidad Austral. She is currently professor of Administrative Law at the Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (UBA) and at the Universidad de Palermo (UP). She has published academic papers and has been invited to speak in conferences on administrative and environmental law matters.
María Morena del Río
Allende & Brea