Marianela López-Galdos is the Global Competition Counsel at the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), where she represents and advises the association on competition policy issues as well as domestic and international regulatory policy matters. Previously, she served as Director of Competition & Regulatory Policy. She also teaches competition law, policy and economics at the George Washington University Competition Law Center and at the University of Melbourne Law School.
Marianela joined CCIA in 2017 from the George Washington University Competition Law Center. Before that she worked at the Inter-American Development Bank, and at the Federal Trade Commission. She also practiced antitrust law at Hogan Lovells LLP. Ms. López-Galdos received her doctorate in law at George Washington University under Professor William Kovacic, Masters in Laws (LL.M.) from Georgetown Law School and the College of Europe in Bruges, and her law degree from the Universidad Pontificia DeComillas in Madrid.