Daniela Severin

Associate

“Associate Daniela Severín understands the needs of clients, and her working methods are very flexible.”

-The Legal 500

About

She advises local and international clients in matters of regulatory law, as well as in constitutional and administrative litigation procedures.

Work experience
  • Associate, Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Abogados (since 2018);
  • Associate, Gandarillas, Montt, Del Río & Krause (2017-2018);
  • Lawyer, Fiscalía Nacional Económica (2013-2017);
  • Associate, Barros, Letelier & González (2011-2013).
Education
  • LL.M., Universidad de Chile (currently studying);
  • Specialization, New Damages: Damages in the Market, to Competitors and to Consumers, Universidad de Chile (2016);
  • XII Edition of the Ibero-American School of Competition, National Commission of Markets and Competition, Madrid, Spain (2016);
  • Short Course, Competition Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2014);
  • Diploma, Law and Competition Policy, Universidad de Chile (2012);
  • Accepted to practice law by the Supreme Court of Chile (2012);
  • J.D. (summa cum laude), Universidad de Chile (2009).
Academic activities
  • Teaching Assistant, Civil Law, Universidad de Chile (2007-2015).
Awards and acknowledgments
  • The Legal 500: “Rising Star”- Competition and Antitrust.
  • Best Lawyers Chile: Highlighted in Competition / Antitrust Law.
Memberships
  • Member, W@Competition (since 2021);
  • Member, Red ProCompetencia (since 2019);
  • Chilean Bar Association.
Publications and seminars
  • Co-author, “Tenders and free competition: is the current system working?”, Centro de Competencia, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Diario La Tercera (2021);
  • Co-author, Getting the Deal Through Competition Compliance 2020, Lexology (2020);
  • Collaborator (article), “Vertical Restrictions in the Retail Field”, Nicolás Rojas Covarrubias (2009);
  • Contributor (book), “Economic Analysis of Law, A Review of its Recent Development”, Omar Vásquez Duque (2017).