Úrsula Font M. De La B.

Úrsula Font M. de la B.
Associate

ufont@indacochea.com
(591 3) 353 53 56 N° Int. 217


PRACTICE AREAS

  • Arbitration
  • Civil
  • Commercial
  • Intellectual Property

LANGUAGES

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

Legal adviser for foreign Clients who are looking to start up their business in Bolivia and also for those who want to export their products. She has also participated inseveral arbitration proceedings.

She studied a Double Degree in Law and Political Science in the University Abat Oliba of Barcelona which belongs to the San Pablo CEU Foundation. Afterwards, she prepared during 4 years the public examinations to access the Diplomatic Career in Madrid, which have provided her with a wide overview of the situation of the international relations. Her experience extends not only to the public service -she worked in institutions as the Lawyer’s Association of Barcelona- but also to prestigious law firms in Barcelona (Spain) and in Munich (Germany). She provided legal advice in different projects in the area of Civil and Commercial Law. She just completed a Diploma in Business, Conciliation and Arbitration in Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra – UPSA.

In addition, her experience in International Law has permitted her to work in an international environment and she speaks six languages fluently. Úrsula Font has also deepened her knowledge through different courses and seminars on Human Rights, the Institutions of the European Union, China in the framework of the global crisis, Environmental Sustainability and Development in Asia and Africa, Diplomatic and International Protocol, ICC New Uniform Rules for Forfaiting(URF800), or Intellectual Property.

EDUCATION

  • University Abat Oliba of Barcelona – San Pablo CEU Foundation, Degree in Law and Political Science (2008)
  • Preparation of the public examination for access to the Diplomatic Career in Madrid, Spain (2012)
  • Univerdidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra (UPSA), Diploma in Business, Conciliation and Arbitration (2016)

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF)
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)
  • International Centre for Dispute Resolution de la American Arbitration Association

PUBLICATIONS

  • “The Fundamental Rights in the Treaty of Lisbon.” (2008)

Legal adviser for foreign Clients who are looking to start up their business in Bolivia and also for those who want to export their products. She has also participated inseveral arbitration proceedings.

She studied a Double Degree in Law and Political Science in the University Abat Oliba of Barcelona which belongs to the San Pablo CEU Foundation. Afterwards, she prepared during 4 years the public examinations to access the Diplomatic Career in Madrid, which have provided her with a wide overview of the situation of the international relations. Her experience extends not only to the public service -she worked in institutions as the Lawyer’s Association of Barcelona- but also to prestigious law firms in Barcelona (Spain) and in Munich (Germany). She provided legal advice in different projects in the area of Civil and Commercial Law.

In addition, her experience in International Law has permitted her to work in an international environment and she speaks six languages fluently. Úrsula Font has also deepened her knowledge through different courses and seminars on Human Rights, the Institutions of the European Union, China in the framework of the global crisis, Environmental Sustainability and Development in Asia and Africa, Diplomatic and International Protocol, ICC New Uniform Rules for Forfaiting(URF800), or Intellectual Property.

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Arbitration
  • Civil
  • Commercial
  • Intellectual Property

EDUCATION

  • University Abat Oliba of Barcelona-San Pablo CEU Foundation, Degree in Law and Political Science (2008)
  • Preparation of the public examination for access to the Diplomatic Career in Madrid, Spain (2012)

LANGUAGES

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

PUBLICATIONS

  • “The Fundamental Rights in the Treaty of Lisbon.” (2008)