Lawyer graduate from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú [Pontifical Catholic University of Perú] in 1984. He holds a Master in Constitutional Law granted by the same university (1996), and a post-graduate degree in Administrative Law within the Free Competition Framework conferred by Universidad Castilla La Mancha (2002).
Mr. Ochoa has an experience of more than 22 years focused on different areas of law such as Administrative and Regulatory, Constitutional, and Competition Law; similarly, has advised different public and private entities. Furthermore, he has been arbitrator in different processes related to his area of expertise besides of representing renowned national and international entities such as the Perú's International Cooperation Agency (APCI), Banco de la Nación [National Bank], GTZ Cooperación Alemana al Desarrollo [GTZ German Development Cooperation], Supervisory Board for Investment in Public Transport Infrastructure (OSITRAN), Lima Metropolitan Municipality, Miraflores District Municipality, among others.
Before joining our law firm, Mr. Ochoa has served as Senior Manager for the Ministry of Justice, Member of the Superior Council for Public Work Tenders and Contracts (CONSULCOP), Member for the Court of Public Procurement and State Contracting (currently, OSCE), Secretary for the Inter-institutional Coordination of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, President of the Unfair Competition Committee for National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Intellectual Property (INDECOPI), among others. Similarly, he has been member of the Technical Committee of the Congress of the Republic for the review of the Administrative and General Proceeding Law, and member of the Constitutional Amendment Committee to Colegio de Abogados de Lima [Lima Bar Association].
Furthermore, Mr. Ochoa has lectured the Master degree in Economic Constitutional Law at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and professor in this same course; currently, he lectures the course of Administrative Law (he is in charge of this subject for more than 20 years).