Dolores Muñiz is an LL.M Candidate and a General Merit Scholar at Georgetown University Law Center. She is pursuing the International Business and Economic Law LL.M. and a specialization certificate in Securities and Financial Law. She is also currently working as a graduate research assistant at the Law Center. She obtained her Juris Doctor equivalent degree from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina and a postgraduate specialization certificate in Banking and Finance Law in the same University.
Prior to her admission at Georgetown, Dolores has been working as a Semi-Senior Associate in Allende & Brea within the Banking and Capital Market Department for which she has been recognized as a Rising Star in Banking and Finance in Argentina in the latest edition of The Legal 500 – Latin America 2022. Over the last six years, she has been working in the financial and banking industry advising Argentine and international financial entities, focusing particularly on regional fintech development (including digital wallets, digital lenders, and cryptocurrency exchanges) and financial regulation in Argentina.
Since graduating from law school, Dolores has dictated lessons on E-money and financial intermediation in the Postgraduate Specialization in Banking Law of the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and published some papers on the legal framework of cryptocurrencies and the legal tools for the granting of online credits.