Ariela’s practice focuses on civil litigation, arbitration, matters of unfair competition, free competition, advertising law and intellectual and industrial property rights, including trademarks, patents, copyright, information technologies and licensing.
Major publications and rankings such as Chambers & Partners, Best Lawyers, World Trademark Review, Managing Intellectual Property and IAM regularly distinguish Ariela’s outstanding work. In 2016, she was listed among the world’s Top 250 Women in Intellectual Property by the prestigious ranking IP Stars of Managing Intellectual Property. She is an Ethics Judge of the College of Lawyers, an active member of the International Trademark Association (INTA) where she is currently Vice Chair of the Committee on Emerging Issues and was also the Sub Committee Chair on Legislation and Regulation for Latin America. She is also a member of the latter Committee of the Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property (ASIPI). Master of Laws, Summa Cum Laude, St. Thomas University, Florida, US. (2005-2006); Specialization Course in International Relations, International Studies Institute, Universidad de Chile (2001); Course on the Criminal Procedure Reform, School of Law, Universidad de Chile (2001); Seminar "Analysis of the New Criminal Procedure," organized by the Student Center and Foundation of the School of Law of Universidad de Chile (2000).