Pablo Parrilla has a law degree with an specialization in corporate and financial law from the University of Buenos Aires, and is currently taking master’s courses on “Latin American Studies” from UNSAM.
His practice area is public and private international law, especially in commercial and investment arbitration. In addition, he has developed his practice in insurance and reinsurance markets (CAC) and damages under international law. He has wide experience in representing sovereign states and private persons under the arbitration rules of the ICSID, – including Additional Facilities-, ICC, and UNCITRAL rules, among others, as well as annulment, execution and enforcement proceedings. Since 2013, Pablo has worked for the boutique law firm Guglielmino & Asociados (in Buenos Aires) and has acted as Special Counsel for other firms in Europe.
In the recent years, Pablo has been involved in the defense of arbitration proceedings for amounts exceeding USD 10 billion, related with to banking, financial and capital markets, aeronautical industries, mining and others. In addition to this experience in international arbitration, he works as legislative advisor in foreign investments policy, national investment laws, and international treaties, including advice on negotiation and signing of bilateral investment treaties (BITs).
In the academic field, he is a guest lecturer of several universities of Latin America and is frequently called to act as arbitrator in international arbitration competitions. He was awarded the prize “Outstanding Students and Professors of Universidad de Buenos Aires” twice for this work as trainer of the Universitydad de of Buenos Aires’ team in commercial arbitration competition. Currently, Pablo is coach of the Universidad de San Andres’ team in the Foreign Direct Investment Moot Competition (FDI).
Pablo is co-founder and director of BA Arbitation Review and is an active member of the Club Español de Arbitraje (CEA).
He is admitted to act as attorney in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Pablo is based in Buenos Aires and he is not authorized to practice law in Florida.