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Camilo  Lledó

Camilo Lledó



  • Antitrust and Regulated Markets
  • Public Law

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His practice focuses on administrative, constitutional and regulatory law, advising several national and international clients, as well as public entities and state-owned enterprises on all sorts of matters directly or indirectly related to the public sector in Chile, including concessions, public procurement, negotiation and development of public-private associations, litigation before Chilean Administration’s bodies, ordinary and special Courts of Justice, the Chilean Public Procurement Court and the Chilean Constitutional Court, legal defense against sanctions imposed by public entities, advisement on sectoral regulations in various markets, regarding public policies and legislative matters, as well as issues related to the Chilean Transparency Law.

Bar Admissions

Chile (2012).


  • Law, Universidad de Chile (Summa Cum Laude).
  • Degree in Economic Administrative Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (Best Student Award) (2011).
  • MSc in Regulation, Government and Law, London School of Economics and Political Science (Beca Chile scholarship) (2017).
  • MSc in Public Policy, University College London (Beca Chile and UCL-Santander scholarships) (Summa Cum Laude) (2018).
Areas of Practice

Antitrust and Regulated Markets | Public Law

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

  • Recognized in Public Law, Chambers Latin America.
  • Recognized in Public Law, The Legal 500.
  • Recognized in Constitutional Debate, Leading Lawyers.
  • Recognized in Administrative and Public Law, Top Ranked Legal.

Professional Activities and Experience

  • Professor of Legal Research Methods, Universidad Alberto Hurtado (since 2019).
  • Invited Professor of Administrative Sanctions Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2016).
  • Invited Professor of Administrative Procedure and Annulment, Degree of Public Economic Law, Universidad de Chile (2016).
  • Professional Internship at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, San José de Costa Rica (2014).
  • Teaching Assistant of Administrative Law and Liability of the State, Universidad de Chile (2010-2016).


In the face of the 2020 Chilean Referendum: Understanding the Process
Carey, October 2020

On November 15, 2019, a broad group of Congresspersons from a broad political spectrum came to the agreement of initiating a process for eventually replacing the Chilean current Constitution with a New Constitution, as a reaction to the social demonstrations that had taken place during the previous weeks...

Additional Articles

  • Co-author of the paper "Sanctions for Breaches in Public Contracts for Supply and Services: Uncertainty as a Problem of Public Policy", Public Law Journal N° 82, Universidad de Chile (2015).
  • Co-author of the book "The Deviation of Power in Administrative Acts", Legal Publishing (Thomson Reuters) (2013).

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