Mrs Francisca Corti > Carey > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

SANTIAGO, PO 755-0647
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Work Department

Labor and Employment Law / Corporate Immigration.


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


Her practice focuses on labor and corporate immigration law. She advises national and multinational companies on matters such as hiring and termination of employees, HR policies and procedures, employee benefit plans, subcontracting and outsourcing, consulting contracts and non-competition agreements, employment matters in restructurings, M&As, labor due diligence processes and labor audits, internal investigations, treatment of expatriates, and processing of work permits and visas.

Recognized in Labor & Employment, Chambers Latin America.
Recognized in Labor and Employment, The Legal 500.
Recognized in Labor & Employment, Who’s Who Legal.
Recognized in Labor, Latin Lawyer 250.
Recognized in Labor and Employment Law and Immigration, Best Lawyers.

Co-author of the Chilean chapter of the “Latin American Investigations Guide”, Hogan Lovells (2019).
Co-author of the IBA Report on the Future of Work, IBA (2019).
Co-author of the article “Whistleblowing in Chile”, Cross Border Chart, Data Guidance (2018).


Spanish and English.


Member of the Board of the Expert Female Lawyers Commission, Colegio de Abogados de Chile (Chilean Bar Association).


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

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Labour and employment

(Next Generation Partners)

Francisca CortiCarey

The 18-strong team at market-leading firm Carey routinely advises national and international companies on corporate labour matters, labour litigation and union negotiations, as well as immigration issues. The labour group is also able to leverage the expertise of its tax, civil, criminal, data privacy and IP colleagues for complex labour and employment matters, and acts for an enviable client base spans industries such as airlines, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, construction, mining, telecoms, retail, and banking and finance. The department is jointly led by Oscar Aitken, who has a broad labour practice, and whose recent experience includes advising an international airline on a collective bargaining process; labour and corporate immigration law specialist Francisca Corti, who ‘stands out for her solid knowledge in this area‘; and recently promoted partner Francisco Arce, an expert in employer-side union issues, collective bargaining, social security issues and labour litigation. Within the associate pool, Carla KarzulovicConstanza Trisotti and Valentina Kuscevic all have broad employment law experience.