Silvia is part of the Competition and Regulation area of FerradaNehme.
She has a law degree from the Universidad de Chile and received a diploma in Competition Law and Policy from the same university. As part of her education, she completed an LL.M. in Competition, Innovation and Information at New York University.
She was awarded the "Federico Carvallo Pérez-Aninat Schwencke y Cía" scholarship for academic merit and the "Morales & Besa" award for the best commercial law student, both granted by the University of Chile. She also received the Hauser Global Scholarship, awarded by New York University.
Before joining FerradaNehme, Silvia was an External Consultant at the International Energy Agency in Paris, a Research Assistant at the New York University Center on Civil Justice, a Court Clerk at the Chilean Antitrust Court, an Associate in the areas of Competition and Regulation and Litigation at Barros Letelier González y Cía. and also a Research Attorney in the areas of Economic Law and Competition, Administrative Law, Civil Law and Procedural Law at the same firm.
As part of her academic experience, she is Instructor of the Department of Economic Law in the chairs of economic law, competition policy and market regulation at Universidad de Chile and was assistant professor of Civil Law and Law Clinic at the same university.
Silvia co-authored the chapter "A critical look at the European Jurisprudence on Unilateral Excessive Price Fixing in the Pharmaceutical Market: Are we in the presence of a sanction for excessive unilateral price fixing?" together with María de la Luz Domper Rodríguez, for the book "Challenges of Competition in Iberoamerica" and coordinator of the book "Good faith in jurisprudence".