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Baker McKenzie Chile

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Dispute Resolution




Felipe Soza is a member of the Dispute Resolution Practice Group in the Santiago office. He joined Baker McKenzie as legal researcher in 2015 and was later promoted to associate.

Mr. Soza is a lecturer in both constitutional and commercial law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where he earned his LL.B. He is also an independent researcher in International Human Rights Law.

Mr. Soza focuses on litigation and arbitration, with particular emphasis on the areas of public, civil and commercial law. He has extensive experience in public contracting and procurement, public works concession agreements, constitutional actions, as well as administrative sanctioning procedures and requests in a wide range of regulated markets. He also regularly advises clients in relation to international investment disputes with the state.

Related Expertise

Professional Honors

  • Honors Admission, School of Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
  • First Prize in the Latin American Human Rights & Constitutional Law Competition.


Spanish / English


  • Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (LLB)

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Public law

Baker McKenzie Chile’’s five-strong team fields constitutional, administrative and human rights lawyers who advise clients from the healthcare, insurance, infrastructure, construction, mining, pharma, and defence and aerospace sectors. With ‘an edge over other law firms’, the group additionally works on defence-side Constitutional Court matters, while recent highlights further include working alongside industry guilds during discussions on Chile’s new Constitution. The practice is led by Rodrigo Díaz de Valdés (a professor of civil and constitutional law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile), who frequently advises legislative commissions on high-profile public issues. Associate Felipe Soza’s practice covers constitutional litigation and administrative law.

Chile > Dispute resolution: litigation

Specialising in complex litigation, Baker McKenzie Chile‘s 12-member group acts for both multinationals and major domestic companies in litigating class actions, as well as infrastructure, retail, securities, and mining-related disputes. Leading the dispute resolution practice in Chile, Rodrigo Díaz de Valdésstands out‘ for his track record in representing the Chilean State, as well as major international and local companies, in cases involving long-term energy contracts, construction, projects and investment protection issues; while the wide-ranging disputes experience of Ignacio Naudon encompasses class actions, infrastructure projects, distribution agreements, and corporate and M&A-related litigation. Of note in the Santiago office’s associate group are dispute resolution and arbitration practitioner Antonio López, and public, civil and commercial law expert Felipe Soza.