Alexandra is a Mexican and US-trained international attorney who focuses her practice on international comercial and investor-State arbitration. Alexandra has participated in the representation of parties in international disputes involving bilateral investment treaties, oil and mining ventures, sovereign debt, and pharmaceutical industry disputes among other subjects.
She has also participated in international human rights matters before the Interamerican Court of Human Rights and in pro bono cases involving sexual trafficking, sexual freedom, protection of journalists and freedom of expression.
Alexandra obtained her J.D. from Escuela Libre de Derecho in 2009 (honors) and her master’s degree from Northwestern University School of law in 2013 (honors). After working at the N.Y. based law firm Debevoise and Plimpton LLP as an international associate, she recently joined the Mexico City firm Von Wobeser y Sierra as a litigation and arbitration associate.
While completing her law degree, Alexandra worked as a law-clerk for the 12th District Judge in Civil Matters in Mexico City and as a law-clerk in the firm Creel, García Cuellar y Muggenburg (now Creel, García-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez.) After receiving her law-degree, in 2009 Alexandra started her arbitration career in the Mexico City based firm Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres-Landa (now Hogan Lovells – BSTL).