María Inés Corrá

Lawyer graduated from the School of Law of the National University of La Plata in 1993. She obtained a Master's degree in Administrative Law at the School of Law of Austral University in 1995.

María Inés is co-head of the International Arbitration, Administrative Law and Economic Regulation areas at Bomchil, Argentina. She has 20-year experience in the arbitral practice, representing multinational companies as co-counsel or lead counsel both in investments and commercial international matters under the main rules of international arbitration (such as ICSID, ICC, ICDR, UNCITRAL and other rules). She also acts as international arbitrator.

Contractual and regulatory matters in which she has advised or intervened include inter alia: conventional electric power generation, distribution and transportation; renewable energy generation; natural gas production, distribution and transportation and non-conventional natural gas generation; installation of nuclear power plants; environmental disputes (related to mining activities, conventional electric power and urban and hazardous waste dumps); agribusiness; airport sector; fishing sector; SPAs in regulated markets; retail; insurance; infrastructure; EPC contracts; FIDIC contracts and public private partnership (PPP); public works concession (highways and roads); prison construction; public subsidies and compensation systems; price control; integration and segmentation of regulated industries; public utility tariffs; water and sewage concessions; data protection (pharmaceuticals); modifications to private and public contracts due to government measures; export restrictions on essential goods; taxes and contributions; port infrastructure construction and operation; oil & gas production; on shore and off shore contracts; telecommunications; international supply; emergency measures, among others.

She litigates before federal and state courts, including Argentine Highest Court in public law, private law, regulatory, constitutional and environmental matters.

Education and training

  • Universidad Nacional de la Plata
    Law, 1993 

    Universidad Austral
    Master in Administrative Law, 1995


Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration 2021 / 2022

World’s foremost practitioners – Argentina

Arbitrators - Counsel

 Legal 500 2020

Dispute Resolution, Leading Lawyer

 Chambers Latin America

Dispute Resolution (Band 4), 2023

Dispute resolution, Leading Individual, 2020

Chambers Global

Band 4 - Dispute Resolution

 LACCA 2020

Administrative Law, Leading Lawyer

 The Best Lawyers 2020

Administrative Law,

Energy Law

Chambers, Diversity & Inclusion, Latin America 2020

Outstanding Contribution to Diversity & Inclusion (shortlisted)

Latin Lawyer

Most Inspiring Women in Law in Latin America, 2013

Leaders League (2022)


Chambers & Partners (2022)

Dispute Resolution Leading Individual

Who’s Who Legal

Arbitration 2022: Thought Leader

 Who’s Who Legal

 Commercial Litigation 2022: Leading individual

 Who’s Who Legal

 Environmental Law 2022: Leading individual

 Legal 500

 Latin America 2022: Dispute Resolution, Leading Individual

 LACCA (2022)

 Administrative Law


Chair Professor of Arbitration and Mediation at the School of Law of the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. 

Chair professor of Economic Administrative Law in the master's and specialization course of the Universidad Católica Argentina.

Professor of Administrative Law at the School of Law of the University of Buenos Aires.

Collaborator of the Observatory of Investment Law and International Arbitration of the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires.

Speaker in conferences and events on Administrative Law and Arbitration.

Author of numerous articles related to her area of expertise.


Member of the Executive Committee of the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALArb).

Co-founder and member of the Executive Committee of Woman Way in Arbitration - WWA LATAM. In wich she works to promote the development and the role of women in the region in the international arbitration practice.

Member of the ICC Argentine Arbitration Commission. 

Member of the Public Law Committee at the International Bar Association (IBA).

Co-moderator of the ITA Latin American Arbitration Forum (ITAFOR).

Member of the Energy Law Committee at the Buenos Aires Bar Association.