Ulises López is an associate at the Energy, Mining, and Infrastructure practice at Baker McKenzie's Bogota office. Ulises holds a law degree from Universidad Nacional de Colombia (2020) and has experience and interest in public and commercial law in the infrastructure sector.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ulises worked as an in-house counsel at the largest airport operator in Colombia, providing legal advice on public law, aeronautic regulation, and contract law. Likewise, he has been part of legal teams of different infrastructure companies, including project sponsors, and international construction joint-ventures (EPC contractors).
Ulises has focused his practice on infrastructure projects, especially airport and toll-road projects. He has experience in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and concession contracts, from the perspective of public law, as well as in private infrastructure relations, such as Build, Operate, and Maintain (BOM) contracts and Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) agreements.
Representative Legal Matters
Advised, as in-house counsel, an international construction joint venture on the contract-management of an EPC contract for the design, procurement, and construction of a highway project.
Advised, as in-house counsel, an international construction joint venture in the negotiation of an integral amendment of an EPC contract for the design, procurement, and construction of a highway project.
- Colombia (2020)
- Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Graduate Degree in Procedural Law) (2020)
- Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Law Degree, with highest honors, ranked 2nd in graduating class) (2020)