Bachelor of Law and Social Sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s Law School (2005). Master’s in International Law, Investment, Commerce and Arbitration from Universidad de Chile-Heidelberg University (Summa cum laude, 2017).
She also holds Diplomas in Public Economic Law, awarded by the Universidad de Chile’s Law School (distinction, 2015), in Free Competition, awarded by the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s Law School (Summa cum laude, 2014) and in Economy and Finances for Lawyers, awarded by the Universidad de Chile’s Economy and Businesses School (distinction, 2007).
Her practice focuses on litigation and advisory, with special emphasis on labor and administrative matters, contracts and commercial negotiations.
She has been an associate lawyer at different firms, overseeing corporate, real state, labor, public works concessions, intellectual property and consumer matters. Later, she integrated the Prosecution Office of the ENACO-CIMENTA group (2010-2012). In 2017 she joined Parraguez y Marín.
In academic matters, she has been a professor for the Economy module at Universidad Diego Portales’ Law School (2017-), invited professor to the Microeconomy and Macroeconomy modules at Universidad de Chile’s Law School (2014-2016) and adjunct professor at the Universidad Andrés Bello’s Economy and Businesses School of the ‘Labor and Tax Law’ and ‘Law and Company’ modules (2009-2011).