Lawyer specialized in International Law, International Arbitration and Protection of Foreign Investments, graduated from Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, with Master's degree in International Economic Law from the University of Warwick, England. Specialization courses in International Arbitration from the American University, Washington D.C. and the University of Lima, Peru.
Partner of the firm Braz Gama Monteiro Advogados (BGM), Department of Arbitration & ADR, based in Curitiba and São Paulo, Brazil and partner of the law firm Wöss & Partners S.C., Arbitration - Trade - Infrastructure, based in Mexico DF. Director of Arbitration from the Mediation and Arbitration Chamber of Santa Catarina (CAMESC), Brazil.
Former Secretary General of the Arbitration Center of Lima Chamber of Commerce, Peru. Arbitrator on issues of commercial, civil and public procurement nature and infrastructure projects. Legal advisor of foreign investors in international investment arbitration proceedings before ICSID, as well as in ICC and GAFTA international commercial arbitrations.
University professor on courses related to International Trade and International Arbitration at Universities in Peru and Brazil. Author of several articles concerning International Arbitration and Foreign Investment in specialized law journals.
Vice-President of the International Law Committee of the Inter-American Bar Association (IBA), based in Washington DC.
Practice Areas: International Law, Foreign Investment Law, International Commercial and Foreign Investment Arbitration & Corporate Law.