Ms. Ferrer has resolved high-pressure legal problems involving unreasonable regulatory changes, expropriation of private property, and transnational invasion of intellectual property rights, among others. She specializes in competition law, constitutional law, and arbitration and mediation.
She is a lecturer at the University of the Philippines, where she teaches courses on legal research and writing. She occasionally consults for the same university’s research and policy initiatives.
Ms. Ferrer has co-authored the following:
- Philippine chapter on Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Regulations (International Comparative Law Guide, 2019);
- Philippine chapter on International Consumer Protection (Center for International Legal Studies, 2019); and
- Philippine chapter on International Civil Procedure (Center for International Legal Studies, 2017).
She has also spoken on arbitration and alternative dispute resolution at seminars and workshops at various law schools.
Ms. Ferrer served as Editor of the Philippine Law Journal from 2012 to 2014. She also represented the Philippines in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Competition in Washington, D.C., USA, in 2013 and captained the team in 2014.
Ms. Ferrer was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2016. She is a member of the ASEAN Law Association, of which she is the Assistant Secretary of the Philippine National Committee. Ms. Ferrer is also a member of the Young Philippine Institute of Arbitrators, the University of the Philippines Women Lawyers’ Circle, the Quezon City Chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, and the Chicago Chapter of the Filipino-American Lawyers Association.