Sara is part of the Technologies and Telecommunications and Media practice areas. Her practice has focused on different aspects of these areas making a fundamental contribution to the monitoring and reporting of all active bills in congress on technology, data, and digital consumption, as well as regarding regulatory changes in the same areas. In addition, she carries out research and analysis of comparative regulation of activities and criteria of authorities from different jurisdictions in matters of data protection, privacy, technological developments, telecommunications and intellectual property, collaborating with the elaboration and management of databases of bills, judicial and administrative jurisprudence, among others, in order to optimize the work of different areas of practice in our studio.
In addition, her linguistic knowledge allows Sara to constantly contribute to the processing of legal information in German and English, particularly related to terms and conditions of websites, privacy policies, as well as internal reports and analysis, for non-Spanish speaking FN customers.
From an academic perspective, she studied at the Universidad de Chile School of Law. Additionally, she has experience in human rights matters, having worked for several years at Amnesty International in diversity and non-discrimination matters. Her experience as a volunteer in several other non-governmental human rights and non-discrimination organizations on diversity and gender allows her to contribute to FerradaNehme in Probono cases related to these issues.