Alejandro Falla

Partner | Regulation and Competition

Alejandro joined the firm in 2001 and he has ever since devoted himself to this experience, with the motivation and passion of one who embarks on an adventure every day.. He is driven by the chance of giving back the trust that clients and friends place in BFE+ and, above all, of living his dream job: a combination of psychologist, economist, schoolteacher and, from time to time, lawyer. He earned an LL.M. degree in Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, United Kingdom. A lawyer from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), he focuses his expertise on competition law, economic regulation, telecommunications, energy and transport regulation, contracts and arbitration. He is captivated by the parallel (or arguably parallel) literary universe in Vargas Llosa’s works and in historical novels, such as Daniel Wolf’s “The Salt of the Earth”, although he is always reading The Economist.

He is convinced that one lives in the present. Knowing what is coming next or changing what happened would kill the fun of the game we call life. Alejandro leads the Master of Intellectual Property and Competition Law program and teaches the Competition Law course at PUCP. At present, he also teaches the Competition and Free Market Law course at Universidad del Pacífico and Universidad de Piura. For him, the path to growth and character building is to make decisions in times when uncertainty is rampant.

21 años en el estudio



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“Alejandro Falla is a rigorous lawyer who has a broad knowledge of the competition field and an extraordinary client service”

- Chambers & Partners Latin America Guide 2024 -


“Alejandro Falla is an eminent figure in Peru's competition market.”

- Chambers & Partners Latin America Guide 2023 -


“He has a strong level of sophistication in his work, he has become a reference and has a prestigious reputation for his professional and personal qualities.”

- Chambers & Partners Latin America Guide 2023 -

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