Mrs Carolina Camacho > Posse Herrera Ruiz > Bogota, Colombia > Lawyer Profile

Posse Herrera Ruiz
CRA 7 NO 71-52
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Work Department

Labor and Immigration


Carolina Camacho is a Partner at Posse Herrera Ruiz. Her practice focuses on Labor and Immigration.


She advises Colombian and foreign companies on corporate, immigration and labor matters, including collective dismissal processes, due diligences, hiring and termination of Colombians and foreigners, labor settlements before the Ministry of Labor, labor litigation, administrative procedures before labor authorities, and immigration procedures. Carolina has a J.D. and a postgraduate degree in labor and social security law from Universidad Javeriana and a Masters degree in corporate and labor studies from Universitat Pompéu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain).


Her native language is Spanish and she is fluent in English.


• Universidad Javeriana Specialization degree in labor and social security law Bogotá, Colombia, 2009 • Universidad Pompeu Fabra MS in Corporate Law Barcelona, Spain, 2005 • Pontificia Universidad Javeriana J.D. Bogota, Colombia, 2001

Lawyer Rankings

Colombia > Labour and employment

(Leading individuals)

Carolina CamachoPosse Herrera Ruiz

Posse Herrera Ruiz‘s labour practice acts for a range of clients on collective bargaining agreements, dispute resolution, the employment aspects of M&A, terminations, immigration matters and compliance. A full-service firm but with a standalone labour team, the practice frequently takes on cross-border work; practice head Carolina Camacho advised an international firm on the termination of its CEO and country manager for Colombia, a multi-jurisdiction matter with complexities regarding employment benefits and avoidance of reputational risk, aided by associate Andrea Ochoa. The practice has worked with a number of global clients from the technology sector in the last year; the firm assisted Equisoft and Gorilla Logic with their setups in Colombia and aided an already established firm in implementing its worldwide HR policies. Associate Natalia Villamil works on labour litigation and judicial proceedings and Andrés Paz is also noted. Hermes García left the firm in November 2020.