Camilo Lledó

Carey reincorporates Camilo Lledó as new partner

Carey begins the year 2024 with the reinstatement of Camilo Lledó (pictured), now as a new partner of the firm, to strengthen its Public Law practice.

Camilo Lledó’s experience as an administrative lawyer, combined with the experience of Carey’s senior counsel Patricio Zapata as a constitutional lawyer, will allow the firm’s Public Law group to provide strategic and specialised advice to its clients.

The new partner said that he seeks to “strengthen the advice given to clients in the face of the constant regulatory changes that are occurring in Chile. Every day, new spaces are created for collaboration between public and private entities, which presents new challenges for our legal system. Carey has the capabilities to address those challenges comprehensively.”

Jaime Carey emphasised that “Chile has been in intense constitutional debate for three years and despite the result of the plebiscite, we believe that these matters and sectoral regulation will continue to be a relevant challenge and cause of interest for local companies and foreign investors present in the country.”

Camilo, who took up his position on 1 January, focuses his practice on public law, regulated markets and dispute resolution. He has extensive experience in administrative, constitutional and antitrust litigation, as well as in advising on relations with the State, resolving disputes and contingencies in a wide variety of regulated markets.

A lawyer from the University of Chile, from where he graduated with highest distinction, Camilo also holds a Master’s degree in Regulation, mention in Government and Law, from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and another Master’s degree in Public Policy from University College London, as well as a Diploma in Economic Administrative Law from the Catholic University of Chile.

Camilo has spent most of his professional career as a lawyer at Carey, and previously also worked at the law firm Chahuán Letelier Lledó (now Chahuán Letelier). He is a university professor and constantly collaborates with various public bodies, as well as international institutions, in the planning and development of public policies.

Along with Camilo, Carey is joined by associate Rodrigo Domínguez, who is a lawyer from the University of Chile, and has developed his career in public law.

L Giselle Estrada