Mariela Yvanca Fernández Fernández is a senior associate in the Administrative Law department, where she has been a practicing lawyer since September 2006.
She has extensive expertise in all kinds of administrative proceedings (e.g. penalty proceedings, public procurement and administrative appeals) and has acted in numerous cases involving public assets, authorizations and concessions, civil service employment, mining law, energy and telecommunications, among others.
She also provides recurring advice on environmental law, planning and zoning law and real estate.
She has acted as legal counsel in a range of appeals for judicial review before the Supreme Court, the National Appellate Court and the High Courts.
She has delivered training courses and presentations and has engaged in various teaching activities in such matters, including at the Instituto Asturiano de Administración Pública Adolfo Posada, Fundación Metal, Universidad de Oviedo and Centro de Estudios Garrigues.
Mariela Yvanca Fernández Fernández is a member of the Oviedo Bar Association.
PhD student in Administrative Law, Universidad de Oviedo (since September 2014).
Master’s Degree in Public Intervention in Society, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Administrative Law department (2014).
Graduate Technical Expert in Labor Risk Prevention (2010).
University Specialist in Corporate Environmental Management, Universidad de La Rioja (2009).
Degree in Law, Universidad de Oviedo (2001-2006).
Author of “Horizontal careers in the Principality of Asturias” (*) in the collective work Derecho del Empleo Público en el Principado de Asturias, published by IUSTEL, 2012.
(*) originally published in Spanish. See Spanish CV for more information.