Cristóbal Sarralde is a principal associate in the Litigation and Arbitration team.
He has an extensive expertise and experience in highly complex litigation and arbitration (both domestic and international) in civil and commercial issues, including construction, energy, insurance, real estate, mining, antitrust and constitutional matters, representing domestic and foreign clients. He is used to join legal teams from different nationalities and backgrounds. In addition, he has advised clients and participated in negotiation and mediation processes.
Previously he worked as an associate in the litigation and arbitration teams of Cariola Díez Pérez Cotápos and Guerrero Olivos and he has been included in Chambers and Partners Global and Latin America and The Legal 500.
Cristóbal Sarralde is member at the Chilean Bar Association A.G., the International Association of Boalt Alumni (University of Berkeley), the Chilean Committee of ICC and Ambassador at the International Academy for Arbitration Law.
Law Degree, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
LL.M. (Master’s Degree) in University of Berkeley, California, United States of America (Recipient of Bicentennial Scholarship granted by the Chilean Government).
Diploma at the International Academy for Arbitration Law, Paris, France.