Ms. Sánchez specializes in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, business planning and structuring, real estate transactions and environmental law, as well as tax incentive laws (duty-free zones, foreign investment, touristic-real estate development, etc.).

Ms. Sanchez participated in (i) the first privatization effort of the Dominican Electricity Corporation ("CDE" by its acronym in Spanish) in 1995; (ii) the establishment of the Dominican Republic's first ever lender information center; and (iii) the creation and implementation of the first ever roadside assistance company, co-owned by insurance companies in the Dominican Republic. Ms. Sanchez provides assistance to real estate projects in its legal and fiscal structuring, in addition to the management of permits and concessions.

Ms. Sanchez has participated in various estate planning, including business assets, using trust and foundations of private interest. Likewise, she has managed environmental Unregulated User “UNR” by its acronym in Spanish) permits for different companies, including the negotiation and signing of the PPA, having extensive knowledge in contractual matters and business in general.

Ms. Sanchez was the Legal Director of the company and tourism project Cap Cana, S.A. where she supervised a team of 26 lawyers, encompassing different professional areas. Cap Cana is one of the main touristic and real estate projects in the eastern part of the Dominican Republic (Punta Cana), with a surface extension of 125 million square meters, with exclusive concession of power generation, drinking water and telecommunications services.

Practice areas

  • Corporate
  • Tax Planning
  • Tourism
  • Real Estate
  • Environment


  • Master of Laws (LL.M) Comparative Law, with Distinction, Foreign Fulbright Fellow. Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA. 1996-1997.
  • Law degree "Magna Cum Laude". Pontifical Catholic University Mother and Teacher -Campus Saint Thomas of Aquinas [Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (Recinto Santo Tomás de Aquino)] Santo Domingo, R. D. 1994


Spanish, English, and French (proficient working knowledge).