After completing my master degree, I came back to Mexico and started working at one of the best, most renowned law firms in the country, Santamarina y Steta, as a senior associate, in charge of the Energy practice area. I worked at Santamarina y Steta for nearly two years, until I received an invitation from the Commisioner’s office at the Regulatory Commission of Energy, to join as chief advisor to Commissioner Guillermo Zúñiga. This job is exactly the job I wanted to have after graduating. Working in a multi-disciplinary environment like this is particularly rewarding for me, since it allows me to develop my legal skills while applying solid economic concepts related to regulation and competition matters in energy markets.
- Mexican Energy Reform: A trigger for competition in the Mexican energy sector Barcelona GSE Voice
"My current job represents the biggest challege I have faced professionaly, since Mexico is experiencing a deep paradigm shift in the energy sector that came with a strong energy reform last year; therefore, the skills and concepts I learned at BGSE help me a lot in every task I carry out, given that the energy reform introduced a whole new regulatory scheme which entails competitive markets in different sectors of the industry."