María Inés Corrá is a partner in the Administrative and Regulatory Law and in the International Arbitration areas of M. & M. Bomchil.
Ms. Corrá regularly advises clients on a variety of regulatory issues including inter alia, electricity generation and transport, airports and road concessions, telecommunications and fishery. In particular, she has developed an extensive experience in energy (power and oil & gas) and public law.
Ms. Corrá has regularly acted as counsel before the Argentine Federal Supreme Court, as well as before federal and state courts in high end litigation regarding administrative, regulatory and constitutional matters.
During the last years, Ms. Corrá has increasingly acted in international arbitrations under all major international arbitration rules (ICC, ICDR/AAA, ICSID and UNCITRAL). These arbitrations have involved a variety of matters, including BIT disputes involving foreign investments in energy, telecommunication and IT services, among others. She has also acted in ad hoc arbitrations and in commercial arbitrations under regional rules of international arbitration, such as the ones of the Cámara de Arbitraje y Mediación de la Cámara de Comercio de Santiago, Chile (CAM Santiago).
Ms. Corrá has been distinguished by Chambers and Partners Latin America in both Public Law and Energy Law areas. Her increasing involvement in arbitration has been also remarked by this publication.
Ms. Corrá is an officer member of the Investment Committee of the Latin American Arbitration Association (Asociación Latinoamericana de Arbitraje).
She also performs pro bono work in her role as an active member of the Office for the Defense of the Constitution of the City of Buenos Aires Bar Association (Colegio de Abogados de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires), providing advice with regard to legal proceedings involving institutional-related issues.
Ms. Corrá obtained an LL.B by Universidad Nacional de La Plata Law School in 1993 and a LL.M in Administrative Law by Universidad Austral in 1995.
She is a regular professor of Administrative Law at the School of Law of the Universidad de Buenos Aires, and visiting Professor in different postgraduate courses, such as the Administrative Economic Law Program at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Buenos Aires School of Law. She regularly provides lectures on public law.