Patricia is a lawyer with expertise in administrative law, specialized in Public Procurement and Environmental Law. She earned her Law degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, where she was awarded the Extraordinary Award for her class. She then completed a master’s degree to qualify for the bar at the same university and also pursued a master’s in Public Procurement at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, finishing both with the highest honors.
Throughout her professional career, Patricia has advised and successfully defended the interests of national and international companies in public tender processes as well as in other areas of administrative law, such as securing environmental licenses and permits, administrative patrimonial responsibility, and urban law. She has supported these firms throughout all phases of proceedings, representing them against the administration and various judicial bodies.
Thanks to her prior experience as an in-house lawyer, she offers comprehensive advice to clients from a business-oriented perspective.
Head of the Public Law area, particularly in the Department of Administrative, Regulatory and Urban Development Law, she is also actively involved in the Department of Procedural Law.
Specialising in the food sector and the Spanish and international tourism/hotel sector, along with the retail sector, she has played an active part in acquisition processes involving a number hotel complexes, industrial buildings and large-scale properties spread out across a number of different Spanish regions.
Special mention must also be made of a constant interaction, throughout her career, with the German, English and Spanish markets, on both an idiomatic and cultural level, something that has enabled her to understand the particularities of each of these markets and to explain those differences to her clients. She has collaborated with Institute of Higher Learning in Law and Economics (ISDE), where she also teaches private international law.
Lara has been included in the international directory BEST LAWYERS (Spain) in the category of Energy Law (Edition 2024).
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