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Andrea’s practice is focused on dispute resolution, corporate and transactional work (including data protection) in the construction, infrastructure, transportation, energy and financial sectors. She represents domestic and international clients in civil, commercial and administrative litigation, before local and federal courts, including constitutional proceedings (amparo).
She also acts as counsel and arbitrator (president of the tribunal, sole arbitrator and emergency arbitrator), both under the UNCITRAL Rules and under the rules of major arbitral institutions, such as the ICC International Court of Arbitration, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the Arbitration Centre of Mexico and the National Chamber of Commerce in Mexico City (CANACO).
She is the director of the Arbitration and Mediation Commission of CANACO and a member of the Board of the Mexican Chapter of the Spanish Club of Arbitration. She is a regional representative of Latin America for the Young International Arbitration Group of the London Court of International Arbitration and is the vice president of the Business and Finance Commission of COPARMEX (State of Mexico). She is a professor of law at Universidad Panamericana’s School of Law, where she teaches alternative dispute resolution.
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