Peru’s QALegal adds construction and infrastructure partner

Peruvian law firm QALegal has strengthened its construction and infrastructure practice with the incorporation of Jessica Cubas as a partner.

Posted Monday, August 9th 2021
Peru’s QALegal adds construction and infrastructure partner

Jessica has more than 12 years of professional experience in construction and infrastructure law.

In addition, she has specialized in legal innovation, legal design and legal project management. Throughout her professional experience, she has had the opportunity to assist companies and state entities in contract negotiations and construction disputes related to power generation plants, transportation infrastructure, complex buildings and mining projects, the firm said in a statement.

“Throughout my professional experience, I have had the opportunity to accompany several clients in their negotiations and disputes related to construction contracts for large generation plants, transportation infrastructure, complex buildings and mining projects,” Jessica said.

She graduated in law from the Universidad de Lima, and holds an MBA from EAE Business School.

Prior to joining QALegal, she had held the position of legal innovation leader at Niubox, and, prior to that, deputy legal manager and business development manager at GyM, and a senior associate at Estudio Echecopar, an associate firm of Baker McKenzie.

Jessica's incorporation into QALegal is part of the firm’s commitment to strengthen the areas of construction and infrastructure and offer its clients a value proposition in which legal innovation guarantees cutting-edge advice, the firm said.

QALegal’s team has more than 25 years of experience in the regulation of the energy, telecommunications, transportation and sanitation sectors. The firm advises on dispute prevention, creating strategies to avoid disputes and strengthening the negotiating position of its clients.