Pablo J. Alliani

Born Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 19, 1966.

palliani@allianibruzzon.com.ar

Admitted to bar, 1989, Argentina.

Education: University of Buenos Aires (J.D., 1998; Postgraduate in Business Legal Advising, 1989-1990); Southern Methodist University Law School (LL.M., 1992).

Author: "The Gas del Estado Privatisation" TACC Newsletter, August 1992; "The Underwriting and its legal framework" presented at the Committe of Bank Lawyers of the Argentina Republic, 1990; "Argentine Antitrust" published in the International Financial Law Review – Latin America Legal Guide, 1996.

Foreign Visiting Attorney at Baker & Botts, L.L.P. (Houston Office, Texas, U.S.A.), 1992. Counsel in the Price Waterhouse Seminar on "The Restructuring of Argentina´s Energy Sector", (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.), 1992. Speaker at the Argentina Oil & Gas Seminar organized by the Houston Greater Partnership (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.), 1996. Speaker at the International Bar Biennial Conference (Berlin, Germany), 1996. Speaker at the Oil & Gas Development Institute in Latin America of the Rocky Mountain Law Foundation (Caracas, Venezuela), 1999. Speaker at the Project Finance (International Pipelines) Seminar of the International Bar Association (Washington, D.C., U.S.A.) 1999. Speaker at the International Bar Association meeting (Houston, U.S.A.), 2002. Speaker at the 17th Annual International Law Institute organized by the International Law Section of the State Bar of Texas (Houston, U.S.A), 2005. Speaker at the AIPN/RMMLF Core Course, Lima 2012. Speaker at the LatinLawyer Oil and Gas Conference, Rio de Janeiro, 2012. Contributions for the Newsletter of the International Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. Recipient of the SMU Distinguished Global Alumni Award, 2013.

Member: Buenos Aires Bar Association, International Bar Association (Vice -Chair and Treasurer of the Section on Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law), The American Society of International Law, Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (Member of the Board of Directors, 2002-2013. President, 2011/2012), and Texas Argentine Chamber of Commerce, TACC (Argentine coordinator).

Languages: Spanish and English.

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