Barros Silva Varela y Vigil adds partner
Chilean law firm Barros Silva Varela y Vigil has announced the incorporation of Claudia Ferreiro Vásquez as partner.
She joins the firm from Correa Squella, where she was also a partner.
With more than 20 years of experience and a career in both in the public sector and as legal advisor to companies in the areas of public and regulatory law, environmental law and energy and natural resources, she advises companies on matters of the environmental impact assessment of projects and defenses before state authorities.
She has also been involved in concession granting processes, reports on institutional frameworks and environmental regulation, and has participated in due diligence and provided advice on litigious matters related to her practice areas.
Claudia has also worked for more than 10 years in public sector institutions, such as at Chile’s national environmental commission from 2006-10, and at the country’s electric power and oil regulatory commission.
She has a law degree from the Universidad Diego Portales.
“Claudia's incorporation consolidates the public, regulatory and environmental law area of Barros Silva Varela y Vigil Abogados,” the firm said in a statement.
Established in 2012, the Santiago-based firm is made up of seven partners and more than 35 associates who advise in multiple matters, such as M&As, real estate, litigation and arbitration, public law and mining, energy and natural resources, among others.
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