Alejandra is a junior associate who graduated from the Universidad de los Andes in 2017. Throughout her time at the university, she was the instructor of the course “Legislation and Public Policies” and took elective classes focused on International Law, Commercial Law, Environmental Law, and Labor Law.
During her legal practice in Penitentiary Law, she advised the indigenous population deprived of liberty in state prison establishments and the post-convicted population on issues of resocialization.
Additionally, since she began her career with the firm, she has assisted national and international clients of Muñoz Tamayo & Asociados in matters related to Sports, Labor and Commercial Law.
In 2021 she completed her studies in Labor Law at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and since that same year she became a member of the National College of Labor Lawyers.
Specialist in Labor Law, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia (2021).
Diploma in The Legal Drafting and Professional Development, Centro de Formación de la Andi, Bogotá, Colombia (2018).
Diploma in Writing course: How to plan and correct texts professionally, Centro de Formación de la Andi, Bogotá, Colombia (2018).
Law Degree, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia (2017).
Exchange Program, Eberhard Karl Universität, Tübingen, Alemania (2014).
Member of the Colombian Labour Law Institution.