Pablo Fuenzalida > Sáez & Fernández > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Sáez & Fernández
AVENIDA VITACURA 2969, OFICINA 1201
LAS CONDES, SANTIAGO
Chile

Work Department

Labor & Employment assessment, Labor & Employment litigation

Position

Associate

Career

He worked as a teaching assistant of the Labor Law Department of the University, at the Chillán campus, between 2015 and 2017. In this context, he presented papers related to Collective Labor and Social Security matters. During 2015, he served as assistant attorney-in-fact of the Judicial Assistance Corporation of the Bío Bío Region. He also did teaching work in the School of Business Administration at campus Chillán of Universidad de Concepción, for the career of Commercial Engineering, during 2016 and 2017, dictating the Chair of Corporate Law. He also worked as a teacher for the School of Nursing at Universidad del Bío Bío, Chillán campus, co-teaching the course on “Bioethics and legal aspects in nursing” in 2017. Along with the above, he dedicated himself to the free exercise of the profession of lawyer in the cities of Chillán and Concepción, in the areas of Labor and Family Law, being also a correspondent for various legal studies in other regions.

Languages

Spanish

Education

Attorney at Law, Universidad of Concepción.

Master’s Degree in Labor Law and Social Security, Universidad de Concepción.

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Labour and employment

Labour and employment law boutique firm Sáez & Fernández was launched by Raúl Fernández (complex labour litigation and strategic labour advice) and labour law expert Felipe Sáez in 2016. Currently standing at nine members, the practice has notable labour relations and litigation expertise, and constantly works with the country’s largest mining companies, along with major telecoms and transportation-sector entities, among others. ‘Dedicated to excellence‘, labour litigation and labour consultancy specialist Andrés Dighero (previously at Alessandri & Compañía Abogados) was hired as partner in June 2019, while attorney Pablo Fuenzalida’s experience includes unfair labour practice suits. Despite the loss of former associates Luis Celis  and Isaías Rodríguez  (in October and November 2020, respectively), the firm continues to grow, hiring four associated during the course of the year.