• Universidad Católica Argentina, Santa María de los Buenos Aires, Facultad de Derecho
    (Argentina) (Law Degree, with honors, 2004)
  • Universidad Católica Argentina, Santa María de los Buenos Aires
    (Argentina) (Intensive Course in Workers’ Compensation, 2006)

Bar Admission

Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires

Biographical information

Martinica joined the employment law practice at WSC in 2013. Before joining the firm, she had over eight years of experience advising large companies on various management-side employment law matters, including contract issues, human resource management, individual employment relations and collective bargaining agreements.

While finishing law school, she clerked with the employment practice group at Estudio Moltedo (2002-2004). After graduation, Martinica joined Quattrini Laprida & Asociados and later deepened her professional acumen at Baker & McKenzie and at Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal, representing both domestic and foreign companies in due diligence investigations and in individual employment and collective bargaining disputes.

In 2011, Martinica joined Hope, Duggan & Silva, where she represented domestic and foreign companies on virtually all employment matters. Martinica routinely advises management on the creation of human resource policies and procedures. She continues to represent management in the national labor courts.


Spanish, English and French.