Jaime Ubilla



PhD, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
M.A. in Law, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, 1994-1997
J.D., University of Chile, 1991.

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin

Personal Practice Summary

Jaime Ubilla handles local and international projects with an emphasis on green and clean technology projects as well as on ecosystems conservation and environmental related projects.
He has advised for many years new clean technology projects as well as various sustainable projects that connect Asia and Latin America.
He has also provided services for many years to various international conservation NGOs and social business entrepreneurs, think tanks, business associations and chambers of commerce.
He is the founder and director of the Conservation Law Center of Chile and he originally proposed the creation in Chile - as well as the specific legal design- of the 'conservation property right' of Law 20.930.
He cooperates with several universities and research centers in Chile and internationally, and his academic research is centered in legal theory, social theory and private law.

Professional Association and Activities

  • Adjunct Professor of the School of Law of the Universidad Católica del Norte, 2017- Present
  • Advisor to the Center of Environmental Law at Universidad de Chile Law School Chile, 1998-2005
  • Adjunct-Lecturer of Law and Economics and Property at Universidad Diego Portales Law School, Chile, 2003-2004
  • Adjunct-Lecturer of Environmental Law at Universidad Diego Portales Law School, Chile, 2003-2004

Professional Experience

  • Ubilla y Cia, Chile y China (2009 - present)
  • Pamir Law Group, Shanghai, China (2007 - Jan. 2009)
  • AllBright Law Offices, Shanghai, China, Foreign Legal Counsel (2005-2007)
  • Carey & Cia, Santiago, Chile, Senior Associate (1997-2005)