She was born in the city of Buenos Aires in 1993.
She attended the Instituto Inmaculada, where she completed her high school studies with natural sciences orientation.
She graduated as a Lawyer from the Argentine Pontifical Catholic University in 2016, where she was awarded a Graduation Gold Medal for the 2015/2016 highest grade average in the University.
In her pre-graduate studies, she was awarded the Academic Merit Scholarship three times for having obtained one of the highest five annual grade averages: second position in 2012, and first position in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
In 2014, she took part in an academic exchange at the Washington College (U.S.A.), with a full scholarship awarded for her academic background. She was included in the Dean’s List of Honor for her outstanding participation and grades.
In 2015, she was awarded the Prize to Academic Excellence of the Association of Lawyers of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.
In 2016, she received the Guillermo A. Borda Award from the Argentine Pontifical Catholic University, for having obtained the highest grade average in the nine Civil Law subjects of the Law School, and the Faustino J. Legón Award for having obtained the highest grade average in the following subjects: Formation of the Juridical-Political Thought, Political Law, Constitutional Rights and Guarantees, Constitutional Law, International Public Law, Philosophy of Law, Canon Law, Institutions of Administrative Law, and Special Administrative Law.
Assistant Teacher of Spanish at the Washington College during the second semester of 2014.
Intern at Sidley Austin LLP in Washington, D.C., in December 2014.
Legal Counsel at the Legal and Technical Department of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires in January, 2016.
Member of the Research Center for the Inter-American System of Human Rights of the Argentine Pontifical Catholic University, since July 2015.
Member of the ELLA Learning Alliance (Evidence and Lessons for Latin America) since February 2016.
She joined Cassagne Abogados law firm in June 2016.