Our Team

We combine our absolute focus, technology and creativity in order to provide effective legal strategies.



Celia is a lawyer (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Valedictorian), Intellectual Property LLM (Universidad Austral, with honors) and Master in the Science of Law (JSM, Stanford University).


Gabriela is a lawyer (University of Buenos Aires, with honors) with postgraduate degrees in eBusiness Management from Georgetown University and the University of Salvador. She is a registered mediator and industrial property agent.


Cecilia is a lawyer (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella – UTDT), and Master in Law and Economics (UTDT, with honors). She is a graduate of the Commercial Law Program (Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany).


Silvia began her legal studies at the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Law & Science, where she then received two degrees in Law and Prosecuting in 1974. She also serves as authorized pre-trial mediator for the Ministry of Justice of Argentina.


Shirly is a Lawyer (University of Buenos Aires – UBA, with honors), with postgraduate studies in Intellectual Property at the Argentine Association of Intellectual Property Agents, and the Buenos Aires Bar Association Graduate Programs.


Natalia Pérez León

Natalia is a foreign attorney (Andrés Bello Catholic University – UCAB, with honors). She has completed diploma studies in Arbitration Law at Austral University, and intensive graduate studies in Copyright Law at the University of Buenos Aires. She is completing the Agribusiness Legal Regime program at Austral University.

Luciano Gutman

Luciano is a Law Student at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). His majors are Labor and Corporate Law. Luciano provides support in all matters related to Corporate Law, Franchising and Startups at Lerman & Szlak. Here is also in charge of providing assistance in judicial proceedings, helping in the design and implementation of litigation strategies.

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