Sharon Slater focuses her professional practice in administrative litigation, regulated markets, free competition and management of public concession contracts.
She obtained her law degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, summa cum laude, graduating with an academic certificate in Public Law (2019). She currently attends a post-graduate specialization diploma in Administrative Contracts and Public Purchases from the same University (2020).
Before joining Bofill Escobar Silva, she worked at Arteaga Gorziglia & Cía as a paralegal (2016-2018).
She is currently teaching assistant of Administrative Law, Civil Law and Commercial Law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Previously, she was teaching assistant of Roman Law at the same University (2015-2018).
Languages: Spanish, English.