Victoria’s practice focuses on investor-State disputes and international commercial arbitration proceedings. With a background in public international law and international human rights, she offers clients strategic guidance to deal with complex legal challenges in both arbitration and business and human rights matters.
Before joining Omnia, Victoria worked at the London Office of a multinational law firm, representing a Latin American State in various ICSID proceedings. Additionally, she provided strategic counsel to international clients at a prominent commercial law firm in Argentina, broadening her expertise in cross-border legal matters. Before private practice, Victoria was a consultant at the World Bank and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission, working on projects and publications with a focus on human rights, public policy, and varied international development topics. She also interned at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the Human Rights Institute of the International Bar Association, engaging in meaningful work protecting and promoting human rights.
Victoria is an Argentinian-qualified lawyer. She obtained her law degree from the Universidad de San Andrés and an LL.M. in International Legal Studies with honours from Georgetown University. In addition to being fluent in English and Spanish, the latter being her native language, she has a basic working knowledge of Italian.