Mr Gustavo Cedrone > Mitrani Caballero & Ruiz Moreno Abogados > Buenos Aires, Argentina > Lawyer Profile

Mitrani Caballero & Ruiz Moreno Abogados

Work Department

Public Law and Business Regulation / Family Businesses and Private Clients / Energy and Natural Resources


Partner within the Administrative Law and Business Regulation practice at Mitrani Caballero & Ruiz Moreno.


Gustavo Cedrone has a vast trajectory in administrative and regulatory Law; arbitration and mediation; oil & gas; environmental, constitutional and telecommunications Law. He has advised clients on the main privatization processes in Argentina and on key international arbitrations.

Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner at Rosso Alba, Francia & Ruiz Moreno (2006-2009) and a senior associate with Hope, Duggan & Silva (1999-2005). He was also an associate with Demaría, Fernández Cronenbold & Barra (1994-1999); a legal advisor to the Secretary of Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (1994-1998). He was an associate with Baker & Mc Kenzie (1993-1994); an in-house lawyer at Telefónica de Argentina (1991-1993) and an associate with Del Carril, Valiente Noailles & Padilla (1988-1990).

Gustavo Cedrone has been a deputy professor of History of Law and of Administrative Law at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, School of Law. He is a frequent speaker in conferences on administrative and regulatory law. He has been appointed moderator and speaker in the Fall Meeting of the American Bar Association 2016 (Japan, October 2016) and in the ABA International Energy and Natural Resources Committee (IENRC) Fall Meeting (Miami, U.S.A., October 2017). He has received the 2017 Corporate Intl Magazine global award “Lawyer of the Year” (Argentina/ Business Regulation).


Spanish and English


He was Vice Chair of the Latin America & Caribbean Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA), Section of International Law, FY 2017/18.

He is admitted to practice law in the City of Buenos Aires.


Universidad Austral, School of Law (Postgraduate degree in Environmental Law, 1998)

Universidad Católica de Tucumán, School of Law (Master in Political Science, 1998)

Universidad Austral, School of Law (Master in Administrative Law, 1994)

Universidad de Buenos Aires, School of Law (Abogado, 1987)