Cinthya has broad experience in providing legal advice to regulated natural resource-related industries. She has provided legal advisory to various clients on administrative procedures, sanctioning administrative procedures, coercive enforcement procedures, and legal audits.
She has also collaborated in the acquittal of legal consultations and reporting on this area, as well as in obtaining permits, authorizations and licenses from various State entities such as regulatory bodied, ministries, local and regional governments, among others.
Likewise, in dealing with various administrative authorities, she has provided counselling to clients on administrative procedures leading to being granted concessions, licenses and authorizations for the development of investment projects in the mining sector. In addition, she has provided advice to companies on sanctioning administrative proceedings initiated by administrative authorities under the mining regulation in force regulations.
Industrials, Manufacturing & Transportation
Law Faculty, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lawyer, (Summa Cum Laude).
Specialization Course in Law and Mining in the National Society of Petroleum and Energy Mining - SNMPE.
International Diploma in Safety, Health and Environment Management in Mining, Mining Chamber of Peru.
Specialized Program in Sanctioning Administrative Law, Universidad de Piura.
Lima Bar Association, 2017.
Associate at Estudio Echecopar, 2017.
Before Estudio Echecopar, Cinthya worked in the Ministry of Energy and Mines. In addition, she worked as legal assistant at Sociedad Peruana de Ecodesarrollo, collaborating in the project "Sistematización y Analisis del Marco Normativo del Sector Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre” consulting provided to the Ministry of Agriculture.
Teaching Assistant of the Mining and Energy course of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.