Education: Lawyer from the University of Lima (1995)
Experience: Specializes in property and real estate law, with emphasis on diagnosis and sanitation of rural and urban properties, law on urbanism related to the development of residential and commercial projects and law on registration.
Before joining Auler & Pinto Law Firm, Maria del Carmen was associate in the Resl Estate Are of Grau Law Firm advising mining companies, automobile distributors, metal mechanic and other industries in the retail sector on complex sanitation of properties schemes. She also advised real investment funds on such matters. Maria del Carmen has been Legal Manager to the National Comision on the Formalization of Informal Property (COFOPRI); Director of the Technical Secretariat of the Ministry of Justice; Director of the of the National School of Extrajudicial Conciliation; responsible of the MINJUS-USAID Agreement on the improvement of services and administration of the Free Consulting services of the Ministry of Justice; Chief of the Conciliation Commission on Formalization of Property in Iquitos; Legal Consultant to the National Commission on the Formalization of Informal Property (COFOPRI).
Associations: member of the Colegio de Abogados de Lima (1995).
Specialities: Property Law, Urbanistic Law, and Administrative Law.
Languages: Spanish and English.