Eduardo Alcaíno

+56 2 2928 2207

His practice focuses on all areas of criminal law, especially in white collar crimes, compliance and complex litigation.


  • Various national and multinational companies on cases of high complexity and public exposure in relation to possible crimes of bribery and tax fraud, and law on the liability of legal entities.
  • A multinational salmon company on its defense for its possible criminal liability against charges of environmental contamination and state subsidy fraud.
  • A multinational pharmaceutical industry on its defense against an accusation for the crime of injuries due to the application of a vaccine.
  • A multinational company on its defense due to its possible criminal liability due to the accusation of environmental damage.
  • A technological development company in agribusiness as a plaintiff in various cases for malicious use of a patented invention.
  • A concessionaire company of a professional football club as a plaintiff in various cases for crimes, in the context of the law on violence in Stadiums.
  • A multinational energy company on the defense of its executives for the crime of misappropriation.
  • A company dedicated to investments on its defense against crimes of misappropriation and money laundering.


  • Recognized in Dispute Resolution: White Collar, The Legal 500.


  • Professor of the Evidence and Litigation Degree, Universidad Diego Portales (since 2022).
  • Associate member of Procedural Reforms and Litigation Program, Universidad Diego Portales (since 2013).
  • Part-time Professor, Law Faculty, Universidad Diego Portales (since 2012).


  • Author of the chapter "People deprived of liberty and access to health benefits in Chilean prisons", Annual Report on Human Rights in Chile, UDP (2019).
  • Co-author of the chapter "Sename: the role of the State, the judicial protection of children and adolescents and the criminal relevance of the crisis", Annual Report on Human Rights in Chile, UDP (2017).
  • Author of "White Collar Crimes", Nova Criminis Journal (2016).
  • Author of "The Reliability as a Standard to Evaluate the Quality of Eyewitness Identification", Política Criminal Journal, Vol. 9 (2014).
  • Co-author of "The Jury and the Eyewitness Identification: How to Deal with the First Cause of Wrongful Conviction", Journal of Procedural Law Argentina, Vol. 1, Rubinzal–Culzconi (2014)
  • Co-author of "Criminal Policy about the Larceny: An Exploratory Study", Minutes of the VIII National Congress of Investigation on Violence and Crime, Fundación Paz Ciudadana (2014).
  • Co-author of "Appeals and Jury Trials", Journal of Procedural Law Argentina, Vol. 2, Rubinzal-Culzconi (2013).
  • Author of "Criminal Policy about Complex Crimes", Centro de Estudios de Justicia de las Américas (2012).
  • Author of "Temporary Case Filings: Problems and Causes of Police Investigation Procedures and its Effect on the Chilean Criminal System", Minutes of the VII National Congress of Investigation on Violence and Crime, Fundación Paz Ciudadana (2012).



  • Law, Universidad Diego Portales (Summa Cum Laude).
  • Master in Criminal and Procedural Law, Universidad Diego Portales (Summa Cum Laude) (2012).
  • Master in Science of Law (J.S.M.), Stanford University (Beca Chile scholarship) (2016).


  • Chile (2012).


  • Spanish.
  • English.

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