• Construction Contracts
• Construction Litigation Support
• Materialmen’s Lien Claim
• Payment Bond Claims
• Miller Act / Little Miller Act Litigation Support
Marianella attended the School of Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru in Lima where she received her Bachelor and Juris Doctor degree. After her graduation, he worked as a in house lawyer for Banco Interamericano de Finanzas. While here, she received promotions which resulted in her becoming the head of the Contract Department. She provided legal advice to the corporate and retail banking departments and attended the corporate governance matters. She has negotiated credit agreements for construction and infrastructure projects as a part of lending for commercial or residential development projects and public works. She was part of the legal team for the construction of Hydro Power Plants and Hospitality projects.
In 2012, she obtained her master’s degree in Corporate Law and Finance from Universidad ESAN in Lima Peru. Her thesis was about the Peruvian Work for Taxes system. This system allows private organizations to reduce their income taxes in advance through the execution of public works projects.
In 2019, she was granted by a scholarship from Boston University to study her Master of Laws in Banking and Financial Law, obtaining her master’s degree in May 2020. Due to COVID 19, she decided moving away from Boston and living in Valdosta, Georgia where her family lives.
While studying in Lima, Marianella was part of the table tennis college team, she was awarded as a the best athlete of 1998, after the female college team won the first prize in the National Championship and previously she was part of the Peruvian national table tennis team obtaining different prizes. Her hobbies are traveling, outdoors sports, and watching movies. She also likes to watch football and soccer games.
- B.A., J.D., Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
- M.B.A., Universidad ESAN
- LLM, Boston University (with honors)