Federico Volujewicz is the director of competition advocacy of the CNDC. Before joining the CNDC he was a senior associate at De Dios & Goyena Law Firm, where he represented local and international firms in business matters, including international contracts, merger and acquisitions, competition law, international litigation and general practice, within many industries such as media, oil and gas, healthcare, food, medical nutrition, sports, media and entertainment, among others. Previously he was an in-house counsel at Arauco Argentina SA, where he worked extensively in matters involving contracts, competition and antitrust compliance. He received his law degree from the University of Buenos Aires, School of Law, in 2003. He was admitted to law practice in Argentina in 2004. Mr Volujewicz has written and lectured on legal topics related primarily to antitrust and corporate law. He is a member of the Buenos Aires Bar Association, and an Individual Associate of the American Bar Association.