Arbitration, Litigation, International Trade.
Construction, Insurance, Transportation, Energy.
Felipe Ossa is a partner in our Dispute Resolution group, and his practice is focused on arbitration and international litigation.
He has acted as counsel and arbitrator in several proceedings ad-hoc and under the aegis of ICC, ICDR, ICSID, LCIA, Lima Chamber of Commerce, Permanent Court of Arbitration and Santiago Chamber of Commerce, among others. He has also served as expert on issues of Chilean and Comparative law before international arbitral tribunals, national courts of several jurisdictions and by request of the Chilean Congress.
Felipe lectures on Arbitration and Law of Obligations to postgraduate students at Universidad de Chile and Universidad Católica de Chile. Previously he has lectured on International Arbitration at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and on Civil Law at Universidad Católica de Chile.
He is the Chairman of the ICC Arbitration Commission in Chile and the Chilean chapter of the Spanish Arbitration Club. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Chilean Bar, the ICDR Roster of Arbitrators, the International Arbitration Institute, the Latin American Group of the ICC and LCIA’s Latin American Users Council.
Felipe has authored several publications on international dispute resolution, including “Case Law on International Arbitration” (Thomson Reuters, 2014) and features regularly as a speaker in seminars and conferences held in Chile and abroad. He has been repeatedly acknowledged by Best Lawyers, Chambers and Partners, Leaders League, Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal as a leading practitioner in the fields of arbitration and commercial litigation.
He joined Claro & Cia. in 1994, and between 2002 and 2006 he was a senior associate with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, in the Paris and Madrid offices.
Felipe is a member of the board of Fundación Pro bono and in 2016 received the award of pro bono lawyer of the year.
Magister Juris, University of Oxford, 2002.
J.D, Universidad Católica de Chile,1997.