Ignacio Cantillana focuses his practice in resolution of civil, commercial, construction and projects, competition and consumer law disputes.
He received his law degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He possesses a post graduate diploma in Antitrust and Competition Law from the same University.
Before joining Bofill Escobar Silva, he worked at Baker McKenzie, as a lawyer for the Litigation and Antitrust practice groups.
He is currently teaching assistant of Civil Law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica. Previously, he was teaching assistant of Natural Law (2010-2013) and Constitutional Law (2013-2016).
He is author of the article entitled “The implied resolutory condition in the unilateral contracts as a contractual remedy”, published in the Journal of the Law School of the Pontificia Universidad Católica (vol. 2, December 2015) and co-author of the article entitled “Extraordinary Appeal in the Civil Procedure Reform”, exposed at the II Conference on Procedural Law (November 2013).
Member of the Chilean Bar Association.