Adding to our real-time analysis of the sprawling impact of the COVID-19 crisis in the energy and infrastructure sector, we are taking a look at the topic of force majeure in one of our key practice regions, Latin America.
April 7th, 2020
Associate since 2014
Aisha has a Law Degree from the Universidad Panamericana, with a specialty in Administrative Law from the same University. She has a Master of Science from the University of Edinburgh, where she received a Master's degree in Environmental Protection and Management and obtained an honorable mention. with a master's thesis “Environmental sustainability in agricultural policies: a case study on coffee and Mexico” obtained the “Henry Gilbert Miller prize for best agricultural dissertation” from the Rural College of Scotland at the University of Edinburgh and “MSc in Environmental Protection and Management Best Dissertation prize ”, from the School of Geoscience.
Aisha joined Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes in 2010 and has been an associate since 2014. She works in the Energy practice area, with a focus on issues related to electricity and the environment. Also she has participated in multiple renewable energy projects, including wind farms, solar parks and hydroelectric plants, from their development and financing, to their operation.
She advises companies in the electricity sector in their day-to-day operations and in their participation in the Electricity Market, as well as in the framework of M&A, stock market and financing operations. She has extensive experience in matters related to government authorizations, construction, supply and operation contracts, and energy supply contracts.
Further Aisha also collaborates in the legal area of ??Animal Heroes, an organization dedicated to defending the rights of animals, through education and the creation of laws and public and private policies.
April 7th, 2020