Nicolás has a law degree from the University of Buenos Aires with specialization in international law, and is currently studying for a master's degree in Latin American Studies from the Universidad Nacional de San Martín. His practice focuses on public international law, especially in investment arbitration, where he has experience working in numerous matters under the ICSID, UNCITRAL and ICC rules, in original and annulment proceedings. Nicolas also develops his professional activity as counsel to the boutique firm Guglielmino y Asociados, based in Buenos Aires.
In addition to his practice in international arbitration, he has been a legislative consultant in his country and consultant in mining and human rights issues in New Zealand.
Academically, he was recognized in 2010 with the "Outstanding Students and Teachers Award” given by the University of Buenos Aires for his work in the III Competencia de Arbitraje Comercial, a moot competititon of which he has served as an arbitrator for several years. He is founder and Editorial Director of BA Arbitration Review.
Nicolás is fluent in English and Spanish and has a good understanding and working knowledge of Portuguese and Italian.
He is not authorized to practice law in Florida.