Rocío García de la Pastora > Guerrero Olivos > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Guerrero Olivos
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Work Department

Labour, migration and employment


Rocío García de la Pastora is the leading partner of Guerrero Olivos’ labour, migration and employment practice. She specializes in labour law, complex labour litigation, collective bargaining, strategic labour plans and in corporate labour matters.


Rocío is director of the Chilean Labour Law and Social Security SCHDTSS since 2010, member of the Industry Association of Labour Lawyers, fellow of the Bolonia University, dependent on the OIL and was Instructor in Litigation Techniques at the California Western School of Law and Accesso Training Program, and PhD candidate in the labour program of Universidad de Salamanca, Spain.

In the academic field, she is Professor of pre and post-graduate programs of Labour Law and Labour Litigation at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and was Assistant Professor in Labour Procedural Law at Universidad Central de Chile and Professor of Labour Law at Universidad Nacional Andrés Bello.

Her previous experience includes working in García de la Pastora y Cía. boutique labor law firm (2003-2017), as the Legal Coordination lawyer in the Regional Labour Office (2006-2007) and as labour counsel at the National Academy for Political and Strategic Studies, Defense Ministry (2007).


Spanish and English


Law, Universidad Central de Chile (2000).

Diploma in Labour Law and Corporate Social Responsibility, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2003).

Diploma in Labour Procedure Reform, Chilean Bar Association (2006).

Diploma in Labour Procedure Reform and Litigation, Universidad Nacional Andrés Bello (2006).

Diploma in National and International Legal Practice about the Protection of

Fundamental Rights, Universidad Complutense (Madrid) and Bar Association (2007).

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Labour and employment

(Next Generation Partners)

Rocío García de la PastoraGuerrero Olivos

The five-member labour, employment and migration department at Guerrero Olivos regularly acts for clients from the mining and metals, technology, food and beverage, retail, media, and banking and finance sector clients; the practice primarily handles pre-emptive advice, disputes, and corporate, M&A and reorganisation-related labour issues. The practice also assists with employment litigation involving unfair dismissals, anti-union practices, the protection of fundamental rights, work-related accidents, collective bargaining, and expatriate matters. Lead partner Rocío García de la Pastora is an expert in labour law consultancy and litigation, collective bargaining and corporate labour matters. At associate level, Sergio Fuica specialises in the protection of fundamental rights and labour disputes, and Tomas Garnhamresolves all queries quickly with skill‘.