About the Author
Partner Javier Velozo is considered one of the foremost competition experts in Chile, due to the wealth of experience he gained during his tenure at the Competition Tribunal (where he served as judge), his sound background in economics and his academic contributions in the field. He is a graduate school professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, where he teaches law and economics and antitrust law; and at Andrés Bello National University, where he lectures on economic constitutional law and antitrust law. He has been a guest professor at various universities in Spain, Ecuador and El Salvador.
Mr Velozo has been an arbitrator in a number of commercial law disputes. He has published several articles in law and economics and antitrust in the US, Spain and Chile. He has served as evaluator of the research programs of the National Fund for the Scientific and Technological Development, and the Commission for Scientific and Technological Research. Mr Velozo has consulted for several Latin American governments on the creation and development of their antitrust institutions. He is part of the Expert’s Group that is advising the government in a projected regulatory reform of Chile’s gas distribution network market. He is an adviser in competition matters in MOVISTAR and an arbitrator in NIC Chile.
- London School of Economics and Political Science in London, England - graduate Diploma in Antitrust Law, 2011.
- Fordham University, New York – graduate Course in Antitrust Law, 2008.
- Universidad Complutense de Madrid, PhD candidate in Economics.
- Universidad Complutense de Madrid – Master II (DEA), in Economics 2001.
- Universidad de Chile School of Law, 1995.