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Laura Ospina, LL.M.

Senior Associate

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero
Calle 75 No.​ 3-53
Languages Spanish, English

Laura is an Associate for the Firm in the Real Estate practice. She has more than 5 years of experience advising national and international clients in M&A transactions, private equity investments, structuring real estate and construction projects, drafting, and negotiating framework investment agreements, shareholders agreements, share and/or assets purchases agreements, trust and lease agreements, memorandums of understanding and term sheets. Moreover, Laura has experience in drafting and negotiating different commercial and civil contracts.

Laura is a lawyer of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and holds an LL.M from Northwestern University (Chicago) and a Certificate MBA del Instituto Empresa (Ie) (Madrid).

Professional Experience:

  • 2020-present – Associate, CMS Rodríguez-Azuero, Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2018 - 2020– Associate, Advocat Servicios Legales Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2017-2018 – Advisor, Superintendencia de Sociedades, Bogotá Colombia
  • 2016 - 2018 – Junior Associate, Gómez Pinzón Abogados Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2015 - 2016 – Asociada junior, Parra Rodríguez Abogados, Bogotá, Colombia
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  • Author, “The court mistakenly disregarded a key special rule on securities”, La República, July 18, 2017;


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  • 2021 – LL.M, Northwestern University, Chicago, United States
  • 2021 – MBA Certificate, Instituto Empresa (Ie) Madrid, Spain
  • 2015 – Lawyer (JD), Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia
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The co-own­er­ship coef­fi­cient and com­mon ex­penses: equity or sub­sidy?
Law 675 of 2001, which reg­u­lates the ho­ri­zont­al prop­erty re­gime in Colom­bia, stip­u­lated the sys­tem of co-own­er­ship coef­fi­cients as a mech­an­ism to de­term­ine the par­ti­cip­a­tion of the co-own­ers in de­cision-mak­ing...
Leg­al un­cer­tainty re­gard­ing the own­er­ship of rur­al real es­tate in Colom­bia
Colom­bia does not have in­form­a­tion that clearly de­term­ines the leg­al nature of rur­al real es­tate, since there is no pub­lic data­base that dis­tin­guishes va­cant lands – which are state- owned - from private...
The Due Dilli­gence Of the Trust­ee in Real Es­tate Pro­jects
On Decem­ber 9th, 2020, the Civil De­cision Cham­ber of the Su­per­i­or Tribunal of Bogotá (“Tribunal”) entered a judg­ment, as an ap­peal’s court, in the case ini­ti­ated by Kar­en An­drea Var­gas Ramirez...
Multi-pur­pose ca­daster as a tool to gen­er­ate ef­fi­cien­cies in Colom­bia’s...
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New norm amends the Gen­er­al Law of Tour­ism and reg­u­lates the pro­vi­sion...
On Decem­ber 11, 2020, Con­gress ap­proved the text of the law that amends the Gen­er­al Law of Tour­ism and is­sues oth­er pro­vi­sions. The law is ex­pec­ted to be ap­proved by the Pres­id­ency of the Re­pub­lic in...