Marina graduated in Law and in Business Management and Administration from the University of Zaragoza. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property and Technology Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid, as well as a Master’s Degree for Access to the Legal Profession from the National Distance Education University (UNED).
Marina specialises in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. She has provided advice on topics such as copyright law, trademark law and technology licensing, as well as in several matters regarding civil and commercial law.
Marina is also very interested in studying the legal and economic implications of disruptive business models. This encouraged her to write her Law Bachelor’s thesis on “The impact of the Sharing Economy platforms in the regulation of the VUT“, and her Business Bachelor’s thesis on “Startups in the logistics sector“.
In the course of her undergraduate studies, Marina collaborated in the areas of Procedural Law and Administrative Law of a large law firm. In addition, she represented her university in a prestigious international competition on arbitration and commercial law.
Later, she worked in the innovation project management department of a major university in Sweden, where she gained experience in coordinating research projects funded by the European Commission.
During her postgraduate studies, Marina collaborated with a renowned firm specialised in Intellectual Property.
2019-2021 Master in Legal Practice
2019-2020 LLM IP & IT
Autonomous University of Madrid
2013-2019 Bachelor’s Degree in Law and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and Administration
University of Zaragoza
Spanish, english and german.