Josefina Silva is a member of our firm’s Civil Litigation and Arbitration Group.
Josefina Silva focuses her practice in civil, regulatory and arbitration litigation, both national and international. As an associate of the litigation team, she has participated in the resolution of commercial, civil, and corporate disputes, especially focused on construction and energy matters.
Civil litigation, Arbitration, Regulatory litigation, Reorganization and liquidation, High-complexity litigation, Corporate litigation, Administrative litigation.
In addition, she has developed important communication and strategic negotiation skills, which has allowed her to advise clients in complex negotiations. Likewise, she has extensive experience in mediation and other alternative means of conflict resolution, with a diploma in this matter.
Lawyer, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2016).
International Academy for Arbitration Law (2014).
Course “Arbitration and Dispute Resolution”, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2019).
Diploma in Negotiation, mention in Mediation, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2019).
Associate, Albagli Zaliasnik (2019 to date).
Center for Arbitration and Mediation, Santiago Chamber of Commerce (2016-2018).
Intern, International Arbitration Area, Philippi, Yrarrázaval, Pulido & Brunner Abogados (2014).
Paralegal, Center for Arbitration and Mediation, Santiago Chamber of Commerce (2013-2014).
Teaching experience and memberships
Teacher, Process and Procedures, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2021).
Teaching assistant, Arbitration, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2019).
Teaching assistant, Negotiation and Mediation Strategies, LL. M., Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2019).
Teaching assistant, Diploma in Litigation and New Procedures, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2019).
Secretary and member of Arbitraje Alumni’s Board of Directors (AA).
Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG) – LCIA.
Santiago Very Young Arbitration Practitioners (SVYAP).
Chilean Association of Private International Law (ADIPRI).
Representation of an important energy company in an international arbitration, under the regulations of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), over delays and flaws in the construction of an important energy project.
Advising a financial institution in challenging a damaging extrajudicial reorganization agreement reached by a major retail-related company with some of its creditors.
Counsel for a client in national arbitration, under the Rules of the Center for Arbitration and Mediation of the Santiago Chamber of Commerce (CAM Santiago), regarding a corporate conflict.