Senior Policy Counsel – Latin America, Google Inc.
Pedro is a Lawyer from University of Buenos Aires, holds a Master's degree (LL.M) from University of Georgia with a thesis on international regulation of electronic commerce; and pursued postgraduate studies in the Legal Framework of the Multilateral Trading System of the WTO.
Pedro is also a law professor of the University of Buenos Aires specialized in Internet and e-commerce law, invited professor at several Latin American universities and professor of the South School on Internet Governance.
In 2007 he became Policy Counsel of Google in charge of public policy and government affairs for Latin America. He is board member and head of the regulatory commission of Argentina’s Internet Industry Chamber (CABASE), member of legislative commission of the Argentinean E-commerce Chamber (CACE) and Academic coordinator of the Technology & Justice Program of the International Judicial Academy in Washington DC. Before joining Google he practiced IT law in specialized Argentinean Law Firms and advised Argentinean Congress in several bills related to ICT.