Daniela Severin is a senior associate at Bofill Mir & Álvarez Jana. Her area of practice focuses on antitrust, unfair competition, regulated markets and administrative law.
She previously worked at Barros, Letelier & González (2011–2013), the National Antitrust Prosecutor’s Office (2013–2017) and at Gandarillas, Montt, Del Río & Krause (2017–2018).
Ms Severin studied both her undergraduate and master’s programmes at the University of Chile (2009 and 2017, respectively), as well as a diploma in competition law and policy (2012). She also studied a specialisation in economics of competition at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2014), and attended the XIII seminar of the Ibero-American School of Competition at Spain’s National Commission for Competition (2016).
Ms Severin collaborated in the research for an article by Nicolás Rojas Covarrubias “Vertical Restraints in Retail” (2009), and participated in the book An Economic Analysis of Law: Recent Developments by Omar Vásquez Duque (2017).