Marco is a Mexican qualified lawyer. He holds a law degree from the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM), Mexico, and an LL.M. in international law from the University of Cambridge.
Marco advises sovereign States, State-owned companies in international dispute resolution proceedings, as well as in non-contentious matters under public international law.
Before joining Volterra Fietta, Marco worked for five years at a leading Band 1 / Tier 1 Mexican law firm, advising and representing clients in corporate transactions including M&A, joint ventures, environmental and real estate, as well as acquisition and asset-based financing transactions. He has also provided pro bono legal advise to Mexican human rights NGOs. Lastly, in addition to his professional experience, Marco has worked as a professor at the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM), Mexico, where he taught the International Contracts course, and collaborated as a pro bono researcher at the Institute for Internet and Just Society.
LLM, University of Cambridge
Law Degree, Universidad de Monterrey (cum laude)
Spanish, English, Italian and French (elementary)