While she was still a law student, she participated twice in the national rounds of the "Philip Jessup Competition, International Law Moot Court Competition"; she was also a Junior lecturer of the International Public Law class at Law School, National University of Rosario, for two consecutive years and later participated in the "11th AMUN, Americas Model United Nations", Brasilia, Institute of International Relations (Unb) and Universidade de Brasilia - Instituto de Relacoes Internacionais, among other academic activities. Furthermore, she studied Labor Relations at the University of the Latinoamerican Educational Center (Universidad del Centro Educativo Lationamericano, UCEL).
After obtaining her law degree, she attended a "Postgraduate Course on Economics, Politics and Law in the beginning of the XXI Century" (Curso de Postgrado de "Economía, Política y Derecho en los comienzos del siglo XXI") at the National University of Rosario.
From 2007 to 2009, Celina worked as an intern at the Criminal Court of Original Jurisdiction in Charge of Delivering Judgment Nº 8 (Santa Fe, Argentina.). During that time, she continued her academic formation as a member of the Research Centre on Economics and Law (Centro de Investigaciones de Derecho y Economía, CISDE) at The National University of Rosario, Law School, and also as a Junior Lecturer of International Public Law.
Celina is currently participating in the IELPO LLM programme at the University of Barcelona, where she expects to gain specific knowledge on international economic law together with a more profound vision and understanding of international trade.
Celina is a Spanish native speaker, she is fluent in English and has basic knowledge of French.