Admitted, 1996. His strategic thinking, litigation skills and specialism in legal areas such as environment, regulations and general corporate counselling are well known in the market.
Hailed by The Legal 500 as a “central pillar of the firm” CorreaGubbins; and, since 2011 by Chambers and Partners as a “versatile lawyer”, with “a lot of experience”, a “smart, talented leader in negotiations” as well as a “fierce and creative litigator”, “aggressive, innovative and pragmatic”; and “a true expert who is always willing to go the extra mile” with a “tenacious dedication to the client’s needs”.
Since 2013 The Legal 500 ranking has recognized him as a leading lawyer in environment and litigation. Since 2012 his peers have included him in the international Best Lawyers ranking for Chile in the categories of arbitration and mediation, competition, environment and litigation. In 2016 he received a “Client’s Choice” award for excellence in client service.
Since 2015 he is part of Hogar de Cristo’s legal committee. He is also member of the board at Chilean owned as well as foreign investors’ owned companies in Chile.
On the academic side, he has been teaching assistant of Civil Law (Universidad de Chile Law School), as well as Visiting Lecturer of Judicial Strategy in the Civil Procedure (Universidad de Chile Law School) and Environmental Litigation (LLM, Universidad del Desarrollo Law School).
Since 2006, partner at CorreaGubbins.
In 2005, partner at FerradaNehme.
Between 1994 and 2004, paralegal and then associate at Barros, Court & Correa.
Universidad de Chile, Law Degree (LL.B.).
University College London, University of London, Master of Arts (M.A.).
Spanish and English.