Francisca Corti > Carey > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

SANTIAGO, PO 755-0647
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Work Department

Labor and Employment Law / Corporate Immigration / ESG


Partner of Carey and co-head of the firm’s Labor and Corporate Immigration Group. She also leads Carey Visas.


She advises national and multinational companies on their day-to-day operations, on matters such as hiring and termination of employees (both individual and collective), development and implementation of human resources policies, manuals and procedures, compensation and benefit plans for executives and workers, subcontracting and outsourcing, consulting contracts, non-competition agreements, labor audits, internal investigations, global mobility programs and treatment of expatriates, processing of work permits and visas, and social security. She also specialises in transactional labour matters related to restructurings, mergers, acquisitions and labour due diligence processes.



Spanish and English.


  • Law, Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Degree in Labour and Social Security Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (2007).
  • Master in Labour Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2012).
  • Master in Human Resources Management and Organizational Analysis, King’s College London (2013).
  • Degree in Labour Reform, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2017).
  • Course in Management of Workplace Harassment, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2020).

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Chile > Labour and employment

(Next Generation Partners)

Francisca CortiCarey

With ‘deep knowledge of the different aspects of labour law‘, full-service law firm Carey houses a 16-strong team that is sought out by both local and international companies for labour and employment advice. The group’s work scope ranges from corporate employment issues to labour litigation, union matters, and immigration and global mobility matters; recent mandates include cases before the Labour Courts regarding wrongful dismissals, sexual harassment allegations, violations of fundamental rights, anti-union practices, and work-related accidents. Co-heading the group, Oscar Aitken‘s practice incorporates collective bargaining, internal investigations, outsourcing, terminations, benefits, and compensation structures; Francisca Corti (‘great leadership and vision‘) specialises in employment and corporate immigration law; and recently-raised partner Francisco Arce predominantly assists employers with employment issues, union matters and collective bargaining, social security and labour litigation. At associate level, Valentina KuscevicCarla Karzulovic and Constanza Trisotti are all up-and-coming young practitioners of note. Since publication, Kuscevic has been promoted to counsel – effective as of November 2023.