Andrea Carolina has provided legal advice in customs and foreign exchange matters since she joined the Firm in 2013. Has always sought to give advice to her clients first by understanding the needs of their businesses and maintaining a constant flow of communication with them to understand their value chain appropriately.
With a Colombian Fulbright scholarship, earned under the so-called Innovation Route scholarship program, she pursued her LLM studies at Duke University, focusing mainly in the interaction between technology, innovation and the law. During the 2020 spring term she performed as student-attorney at the School of Law Startups Clinic. Besides, after finishing her studies she joined the Duke Center on Law and Tech as Fellow. In that capacity, she supported research work related to legal innovation, legal design, legal tech and startups. She was part of the 2020 support team of the Duke Law Tech Lab, which is a special unit that operates as a driver for legal tech startups that focuses its work in ensuring access to justice.
She is the current Director for the Innovation, Technology and Startups area of Goh, supporting the digital and innovation transformation of the Firm itself and giving legal support to startups in Colombia.