Ms Corrá is a partner in the international arbitration, economic regulation and administrative law departments at Bomchil. Her work focuses on regulatory practice, complex litigation and international arbitration. She regularly advises and represents foreign and domestic clients in energy matters, including assisting as counsel in deals, public procurement and conflicts related to energy projects and the construction, operation and maintenance of infrastructure for public utilities, among others.

Ms Corrá has a master’s degree in administrative law from Universidad Austral and is a professor of administrative law at the School of Law of Universidad de Buenos Aires and a professor of economic regulation in the master’s and specialisation courses at Universidad Católica Argentina. She is also a member of the Energy Law Committee at the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires and member of the Investment Arbitration Committee of the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALArb) and of the ITA Latin American Arbitration Forum (ITAFOR).

Ms Corrá has been recognised by several well-regarded international publications, such as Latin Lawyer, and has been lauded by Chambers and Partners, LACCA, Best Lawyers, Lawyer Monthly and Corporate INTL magazine, among others, for her practice in public law, energy and international arbitration.