Environment and Natural Resources
Leading Lawyer in Chile in the Environmental law and Energy and Natural Resources practice area. He is also focused on: (I) Public and Administrative law, (II) maritime and aquaculture concessions, (III) Mining, (IV) Energy, (V) Utilities and (VI) Industrial sectors (such as wine exporters and Forestry & Paper). Julio Lavin is also a government advisor and author of the Coastal Zoning and Maritime Concessions bill of law. He is the Founding Partner and leader of the Environmental and Natural Resources Department of the Firm. He is a well-regarded Environmental Law professor from several Law Schools’ Masters programs in Chile.
Chilean Bar Association
Member of the arbitration body of the Santiago Chamber of Commerce and the National Center of Arbitration.
- Co-author of the book, “The Basis for a General Environmental Law in Chile”, edited by the Environmental Research and Planning Center, 1993. Author of Chapter II.
- “Constitutional Guarantees and Environmental Regulation: legal aspects of environmentally appropriate waste management”, in the book “Reports on the National Seminar on Environmental Law”, edited by ECLAC / Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 1994.
- “Challenges of the Remediation of Mining Environmental Liabilities”, in New Mining and Energy Journal, 2017.