Mr Pablo Sierra > Posse Herrera Ruiz > Bogota, Colombia > Lawyer Profile

Posse Herrera Ruiz
CRA 7 NO 71-52

Work Department

Dispute Resolution


Pablo Sierrais a partner at Posse Herrera Ruiz. His professional practice focuses on litigation.


Pablo has extensive experience successfully representing local and international clients before civil courts, especially in the areas of collection procedures, damage regulation and estimation, and contractual liability and extra-contractual liability.

Pablo is one of the few litigants that has a successful practice of litigation within a full-service law firm and has therefore become the litigator of choice for both national and multinational companies in collection and declaratory processes. His experience in this area is well known in the market.

Pablo is highlighted by The Legal 500 in the “Next Generation Partners” category.

Admitted to practice in Colombia since 2001.


He speaks Spanish.


  • Universidad Sergio Arboleda Specialist in Evidence Law, 2005 Bogotá, Colombia.
  • Universidad Externado de Colombia Specialist in Civil Law, 2003 Bogotá, Colombia.
  • Universidad INCCA de Colombia J.D.,  2001 Bogotá, Colombia.
  • Escuela Superior Profesional INPAHU Technician in Business Administration, 1995 Bogotá, Colombia.

Lawyer Rankings

Colombia > Dispute resolution > Litigation

According to satisfied clients, Posse Herrera Ruiz stands out for the ‘experience and knowledge of its partners’, who provide ‘personalised attention and permanent availability’. The group’s other key assets, as identified by sources, include its comprehensive industry coverage and its formidably deep bench, which draws on the skill sets of four specialist dispute resolution partners. Department co-head Daniel Posse is regarded by many as a reference in the market due to his experience in representing clients in complex proceedings in all of Colombia’s courts as well as before major domestic and international arbitral venues. Posse is spearheading the team’s advice to new client, Grupo Nutresa, in contentious matters connected to Grupo Gilinski’s headline-grabbing attempted hostile takeover of Grupo Nutresa, Grupo Sura, and Grupo Argos. Fellow practice co-head Carolina Posada is highlighted as a ‘close, creative, available partner who empowers her team’ and also brings to bear broad expertise in civil and administrative litigation, as well as national and international arbitration. Among Posada’s recent cases, she is representing Eladio Bueno, a British citizen, in an exequatur proceeding before the Supreme Court of Justice. Rounding out the partners’ group are Pablo Enrique Sierra, who specialises in litigation, and Juan Pablo Bonilla, who handles a mix of judicial and arbitral proceedings. The team is assisted by a deep pool of associates, including seniors Alejandro Casas, María Isabel Osorio, Laura Vengoechea and Pedro Miguel Álvarez (who was promoted to practice director in March 2024), as well as intermediates Juan David Fiallo and Medelllín-based Natalia Tobón — all of whom provide dedicated support to the dispute resolution group.