Carey has announced the signing of the criminal lawyer to lead this practice area
Chilean law firm Carey has added criminal lawyer Rodrigo Aldoney (pictured) to its team, who will lead the firm’s Criminal Law practice as senior counsel.
Rodrigo holds a law degree from the Universidad de Chile and a PhD in Criminal Law from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, where he also holds an LL.M. degree.
His practice focuses, in addition to compliance, mainly on economic crime, fraud, environmental crime, competition, corporate criminal liability and, in general, highly complex litigation. He also advises corporate governments on activities that generate criminal risks, conflict resolution and internal investigations.
He has developed extensive experience in the design and implementation of prevention models in accordance with corporate criminal liability law and various international standards.
Rodrigo is also a professor of Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University, professor of the Diploma in Economic Criminal Law at the same university, professor of the Master’s Degree in Criminal Law at the University of Talca and the University Pompeu Fabra, in Barcelona, Spain. He has also been a professor of multiple subjects of Criminal Law and Compliance in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at various universities, such as Universidad de Chile, Universidad de los Andes, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Universidad Diego Portales and Universidad Alberto Hurtado and in public institutions such as the Public Criminal Defence Office, the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Judicial Academy.
He is the author, both in Chile and abroad, of several publications on matters related to Corporate Criminal Law, corruption, economic crimes, among others.