Carey: Brings Prominent Criminal Lawyer on Board to Lead Practice Area

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Rodrigo Aldoney has joined Carey to lead the firm’s Criminal Law team as a senior advisor.
Rodrigo received his law degree from the Universidad de Chile, and he has a Doctorate in
Criminal Law from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, in Germany, where he also
earned an LL.M.
In the area of Criminal Law, Carey has extensive experience in highly complex litigation at
the national and international level. In addition, the firm provides specialized advice on
economic and environmental crimes, cybercrime, violations of anti-corruption laws, money
laundering, infringements of industrial and intellectual property laws and criminal liability,
among others.
Rodrigo’s practice extends to all areas of criminal law, including economic crimes, fraud,
environmental crimes, competition crimes, corporate criminal liability and, in general, highly
complex litigation. Additionally, advises on corporate governance activities that generate
criminal risks, on conflict resolution and on internal investigations.
His practice also focuses on compliance, specifically in the criminal field. He has developed
vast experience in the design and implementation of prevention models in accordance with
corporate criminal liability law and various international standards.
Rodrigo is also a professor of Criminal Law and Economic Criminal Law at the Universidad
Católica Law School in Chile, as well as a professor of the Master’s Degree in Criminal Law
program at the University of Talca and the Pompeu Fabra University, in Barcelona, Spain. He
has also been a professor of multiple Criminal Law and Compliance subjects in undergraduate
and postgraduate programs at various universities, such as Universidad de Chile, Universidad
de los Andes, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Universidad Diego Portales and Universidad Alberto
Hurtado, and in public institutions such as the Public Criminal Defender’s Office, the Criminal
Prosecutor’s Office and the Judicial Academy.
He has authored numerous publications, both in Chile and abroad, on matters related to
corporate criminal law, corruption and economic crimes, among others.

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