Tatiana Herrada (Of Counsel) represents local and international clients in complex arbitration proceedings. Her expertise is focused primarily in proceedings handled by arbitral institutions such as the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL); the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). In her practice, Tatiana works closely with owners and contractors, providing legal advice in the contractual structuring of engineering, construction and infrastructure projects, through tailor-made contracts and standard forms such as FIDIC and NEC. Additionally, she elaborates in-depth analysis’ considering risks as well as risk mitigation plans.
The University of Melbourne - Master in Construction Law (2019).
EADA Business School & CENTRUM School of Business - Master in Administration and Management Skills (2016).
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) - Lawyer (Hons) (2013).
Center for Analysis and Resolution of Controversies PUCP - Specialization Course in Administrative Law for Arbitrators.
Center for Analysis and Resolution of Controversies PUCP - Specialization Course in Arbitration in Contracting with the State.
FIDIC, Panama - Intensive Course in FIDIC Contracts (Module 2).
Universidad del Pacífico - Diploma in International Arbitration and Investment.
FIDIC, Lima - Intensive Course in FIDIC Contracts (Module 1).
Professor of "Legal Aspects of Construction" - Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas.
Professor of "Management of construction conflicts" and "Arbitration of Construction and Dispute Boards" - Gerens post-grade school.
Society of Construction Law (UK) (Australia).
Peruvian Society of Construction Law.