Lawyer profile for Latin America 2022
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Public Law - Chile
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Leading partner of Guerrero Olivos’ public law and regulated markets group and member of the TMT group. He specializes in constitutional and administrative law and regulated industries. He represents regulated and non-regulated entities, in straightforward regulatory processes and transactional matters including M&A, energy projects, banking and finance, mining, transport, sanitary, TMT, pharmaceutical, real estate, and port and customs, among others.
He studied Law at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (1996), a Doctor in Law at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (2002), a Master in Territorial and Urban Politics at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (2002), and a Diploma in Administrative Law Advanced Studies at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (2001).
In the academic field, he is praised as an expert in public law and as a strong and recognized academic. He teaches administrative law, directs the Master and Certificate programs and was the Academic Secretary at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso for several years.
He has written several specialized books and publications, almost all regarding public, administrative, constitutional and mining law. The last book was published on 2019 and is called “Dominio Público, Bienes Públicos y Bienes Nacionales” (Public domain and public and national goods).