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Carey

Tomás Darricades

Tomás Darricades

Associate

Expertise

  • Environmental Law and Litigation
  • Litigation
  • Arbitration

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Carey
Chile

Profile

His practice is focused on administrative and regulatory litigation, with broad experience on environmental litigation, specializing on trials related to breaches of administrative authorizations and liability for environmental damage, on behalf of domestic and foreign clients before the Environmental Courts, the Supreme Court, as well as the Government agencies with environmental competence.

Bar Admissions

Chile (2010).

Education

  • Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (Summa Cum Laude).
  • LL.M., University of California, Berkeley (2019).
  • Certificate of Specialization in Environmental and Energy Law, University of California, Berkeley (2019).
Areas of Practice

Arbitration | Environmental Law and Litigation | Litigation

Professional Career

Professional Activities and Experience

  • Litigating Lawyer, Environmental Superintendence of Chile (2013-2015).
  • Assistant Professor of Criminal Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (2011-2012).

Articles

  • Co-author of «Review Criteria of the Supreme Court Regarding Decisions of Environmental Courts». Anuario de Derecho Público 2015, Universidad Diego Portales (2015).

Blogs

Learning to Lead (Aprendiendo a Liderar)
Carey 

The objective of the "Learning to Lead" program is to support young female lawyers to promote the development of their professional career and aquire/enhance leadership skills, both professionally and personally. The program is part of the Women in the Profession (WIP) project of the Cyrus R. Vance...

Pro Bono
Carey 

Pro bono work is essential in Carey's legal practice. We believe that our lawyers may make a possitive impact in society, collaborating in socially important cases where free legal support is required. This microsite summarizes our pro bono work and our commitment to public service.

Water Code Reform
Carey 

During March 2011, a draft bill was introduced through parliamentary motion, initiating the discussion of a comprehensive amendment of the Water Code. During its legislative discussion, the project has been subject to significant changes through substitutive indications submitted in 2014 by the...

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