Graduated, with honors, from the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires in 2007.
Mr. Zocca joined Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi in 2006 as Intern, and in 2007 he became an associate of the Firm and member of the Administrative & Regulatory Law Department.
He specializes in Administrative and Environmental Law matters, in particular in matters related to public procurement, hydrocarbons, mining, telecommunications, broadcasting services, among other regulatory matters. Additionally, he provides legal advice and representation on litigation matters, having intervened in judicial and administrative procedures regarding foreign exchange infractions, public offering and capital markets, telecommunications, interjurisdictional commerce, railroad cargo services, subsidies to the food industries, reform of the pension fund social security system, banks safety measures, among others.
He is a professor at the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires, where he teaches Constitutional Law since 2007.
He has presented several papers in conferences and congresses of Constitutional Law. His work on the limitation period to file a lawsuit against the National Government was published in the specialized magazine La Ley, in the year 2013.
He is a member of the Colegio Público de Abogados de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.