Alessandri is one of the most prestigious law firms in Chile; its services meet the entire range of legal requirements of local and foreign companies, individuals and institutions.
Arturo Alessandri Palma, two times President of Chile (1920–1925 & 1932–1938), founded Alessandri in 1893. Since then, for over five generations, the firm has worked with its clients to reach significant achievements and has contributed to the country’s public service.
Today, the firm has over 50 attorneys with different legal specialties. These attorneys are graduates of the most prestigious law schools in the country and abroad, with LL.M.s from Harvard, New York University and The London School of Economics and Political Science, among others.
The vision of professional performance, based on excellence and drive, has led, not only to invaluable achievements in the local private and legal areas but also to a commitment to Chile’s social development. The firm’s active participation in the Chilean Bar Association and the National Pro Bono agency, through which Alessandri is currently providing pro bono services to many institutions, as well as low-income and vulnerable individuals, has been a source of recognition both nationally and abroad.
Phone: 56 22 787 60 00
Address: El Regidor 66 10th floor, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile
She has more than 15 years of legal practice and has extensive experience in privacy and data protection, privacy compliance, fintech and insuretech, cybersecurity, IT agreements, software licensing and e-commerce.
She has worked on projects with companies from various industries: banking and financial services, fintech, insurance, insuretech, food and beverages, automotive industry, education, real state, casino and gambling, stock market, among others. Characterized by providing more than advice an accompaniment in the alignment with new standards and determining regulatory risks with a clear business orientation.
She has been invited to legislative committees in the Chilean Congress, specifically during the processing of the bill on personal data.
She is vicepresident of the Ethical Council of AMDD, Board member of Amcham, member of Iapp, member of INTA Data Privacy Committee, and she regularly teaches data protection, cybersecurity and compliance at several Universities in Chile.