Jorge Arredondo > Albagli Zaliasnik > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Albagli Zaliasnik

Work Department

Compliance, Corporate Law, Immigration, Labor Law and Litigation.


Partner and Director of the Labor and Employment Group


Jorge  is responsible for leading the advice to our clients in labor matters — such as collective bargaining processes, labor problems that affect clients or companies, evaluation of labor contingencies derived from merger or acquisition processes—, litigating before labor courts and superiors of justice, among other actions.

Jorge also combines his professional activity with teaching activities and publications in the field of labor law.


English and Spanish


Professor of the Diplomas in Individual and Collective Labor Law, Diego Portales University.

Professor of Labor Clinic, Alberto Hurtado University.

Professor of the Master in Labor Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.

Member of the Chilean Society of Labor Law.


Lawyer from the Diego Portales University (2006).

Specialization course on Law 20.940 that “Modernizes the labor relations system”, Universidad Diego Portales.

Diploma in Collective Labor Law, Faculty of Law, Diego Portales University.

Official Master’s Degree taught by the Department of Labor and Social Security Law, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain.

Diploma in Labor Law Reform, Faculty of Law, Alberto Hurtado University.

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Labour and employment

Highly focused on labour litigation and collective bargaining, Albagli Zaliasnik’s labour and employment practice is ‘very innovative and practical in the solutions it proposes’. The team’s coverage further extends to hiring processes, compensation, employment terminations, subcontracting, due diligence, and corporate policies. The four-member department is led by Jorge Arredondo, who has ‘extensive knowledge of labour law’; and at associate level, senior Jocelyn Aros has significant experience in labour and pension law, while Felipe Neira advises on both the individual and collective aspects of labour matters.