Natalia Fernández Alba.

  • Associate
  • 6348533
  • Spanish, english and french


Lawyer graduated from the Rosario University. Scholarship granted due to excellent academic performance and winner of the award to excellence “Carlos Alzate” delivered by the Rosario University.

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In 2016 was assistant lawyer to Manuel José Cepeda, were she supported legal advice in general public matters related to the protection of constitutional rights.

In 2017, she was associate to the law firm Beltrán Pardo Abogados y Asociados S.A.S. She addressed subjects related to public procurement, transparency, anticorruption policies, elaboration of Procurement Handbooks, and analysis of procurement processes for entities subject to the general regime of public procurement, or to special regimes.

In 2014 she participated in the 56th edition of the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition, as a member of Rosario’s University team. In the national rounds she was awarded the recognition of the Best Combined Memorials. Additionally, that same year, as a member of Rosario University Research Group in International Law, she carried out an investigation for an academic article regarding the “no-harm rule” related to the possible construction of an interoceanic channel in the Caribbean Sea,

 In 2015, she participated in the third International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition as a member of Rosario University team, held in the Hague, Netherlands. In this competition she was awarded with the recognition to the best memorial in the role of Prosecutor deliver by the Ibero-American Institute of The Hague.

In 2016, as a member of Rosario´s University Team, she was champion of the national rounds of the Phillip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition. At the international level, she was awarded the recognition of the sixth place for best combined memorials, out of 550 universities that participated in the competition. Nowadays, she is linked as senior researcher in Rosario University Research Group in International Law, specifically in the projects of Law of the Sea and weapons Developments under International Law.