Free competition, Life sciences, Criminal litigation, Civil litigation, Arbitration, Regulatory litigation.
Likewise, he has intervened or is consulted in practically every relevant case in Chile. For example, the two most important extradition cases in the history of Chile, those of former presidents Carlos Menem of Argentina and Alberto Fujimori of Peru, have also marked his successful career.
Not only has he stood out for his impeccable career as a lawyer, but also between 2006 and 2011 he was president of the Jewish Community of Chile, being a permanent voice in the fight for the rights and respect of minorities, promoter of the anti-discrimination law, currently in force in Chile, as well as the law against incitement to hatred, which is currently being processed.
Likewise, within the Firm, he has promoted these values and the commitment to access to justice for people and groups in vulnerable situations by promoting and supporting the pro bono practice as a founding partner of Fundación Pro Bono Chile and currently as a member of the advisory board.
In short, Gabriel has set the standard in the public defense of issues of national interest, achieving week after week to express his ideas as a permanent columnist for the newspaper La Tercera, one of the main print media in Chile.
The passion and conviction he shows in every issue he works on, places him among the most outstanding and influential lawyers in Chile and a source of inspiration for the new generations of lawyers working in the legal field.
Lawyer, University of Chile (1992).
Master in Liberal Arts, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2019 – 2020)
Albagli Zaliasnik (1991 to date).
Teaching experience and memberships
Professor of Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, Universidad de Chile (2005 to date).
Association Internationale de Droit Penale (AIDP).
Chilean Bar Association A.G.
Institute of Criminal Sciences.
International Trademark Association (INTA).
Member of the Advisory Council of the Pro Bono Foundation.