Carla Dittus


Carla is a partner in BMAJ’s Dispute Resolution practice area.


She has represented clients in cases before the ordinary courts of justice, as well as before CAM Santiago, ICC, and in ad-hoc arbitrations, both nationally and internationally.

Carla’s practice centers on disputes related to the energy industry, mining and natural resources, construction and infrastructure, conflicts between shareholders, advertising and marketing, among others.

Among the various specialist organizations of which she is a member, Carla belongs to the international arbitrators network “Rising Arbitrators Initiative”, she is listed in the Chilean Bar Association’s Directory of Experts, and she is designated a Young Arbitrator at the Santiago Chamber of Commerce Center for Arbitration and Mediation (CAM Santiago).

Work experience
  • Partner, Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Abogados (since 2022);
  • Associate, Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Abogados (2013-2022);
  • Legal Advisor, Arbitration, CAM Santiago (2010-2012).
  • LL.M. (summa cum laude), International Law and International Relations, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain (2017);
  • Admitted to practice law by the Supreme Court of Chile (2011);
  • J.D. (summa cum laude), Universidad de Chile (2007).
Academic activities
  • Professor, Diploma in Negotiation and Resolution of Commercial Disputes, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universidad de Chile (2013-2014);
  • Teaching Assistant, Procedural Law, Faculty of Law, Universidad de Chile (2007-2011).
Awards and acknowledgments
  • The Legal 500: “Rising Star”- Dispute Resolution;
  • Best Lawyers in Chile: Recommended in Arbitration and Mediation;
  • Universidad Complutense de Madrid: Prize awarded for academic excellence (2017).
  • Chilean Bar Association;
  • Member, Rising Arbitrators Initiative;
  • Member, Directory of Women Experts of the Chilean Bar Association;
  • Young Arbitrator, Santiago Chamber of Commerce’s Arbitration and Mediation Centre (CAM Santiago);
  • Spanish Club of Arbitration;
  • Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration (Young ICCA);
  • Arbitrator, Court of Appeals of Santiago.