Maritza Yauli Núñez
is a legal assistant at Uribe & Leyva and an undergraduate student at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú - PUCP, where she specialises in administrative law, competition law, energy law and civil law. She worked at Indecopi, the competition agency in Peru. She is teaching assistant in Administrative Law in the Faculty of Law at PUCP and Academic Assistant of the Investigation Group of Administrative Law - GIDA. Currently, she is participating in a project to develop the legal framework for energy storage for the energy regulator.
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