Sandra González leads Ferrere’s Dispute Resolution Practice at its offices in Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay.
For over twenty years she has represented clients in a broad range of industries in domestic and international commercial and investment arbitrations, under different arbitration rules, institutions and applicable laws. She has recently acted for clients in construction, oil & gas, ports, mining and regulated markets arbitration cases.
She has also acted as arbitrator, with particular emphasis on cases related to infrastructure, construction, M&A and administrative contracts.
Sandra González is Vice President of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, member of the Observatory on the status of arbitration in Latin America of the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALARB), Vice President of the River Plate Chapter of the Spanish
Arbitration Club (CEA), and founder and member of the Executive Committee of WWW – Women Way in Arbitration LATAM. She is codirector of the Remote Oral Advocacy Program (ROAP) for Latin America of Delos Dispute Resolution, member of LIA (Latin America International Arbitration), member of the Arbitration Council of the Arbitration Center of the Chamber of Commerce and Services of Uruguay, and of the Steering Committee of the Mediation and Arbitration Center of Argentina (CEMA). She was president of the Latin American Chapter of the International Section of the New York State Bar Association.
She is codirector of the Diploma in Arbitration at Universidad de Montevideo (Uruguay), professor in the International Contract Law Program at Universidad Austral (Argentina) and in the Arbitration Program at Universidad de Mendoza (Argentina). She was Assistant Director of Law at Universidad ORT (Uruguay).
Sandra González earned her degree as attorney from the School of Law of Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and an LL.M. from Harvard Law School (USA).