FRANCISCO CASTILLO VERA
Lawyer, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2003.
Magister in Criminal Law of Business and Enterprise, Universidad de Chile (2008-2009). Diploma in Criminology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2019); Diploma of Legal Updating, Institute of Judicial Studies Hernán Correa de la Cerda (2019); Diploma in Criminal Procedure Reform, Universidad Alberto Hurtado (2006); Academic Certificate in Civil Law: Civil Liability, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2003).
Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure (2019), Criminal Law (2005 – 2012) and Economic Criminal Law (2011 – 2012) at the Universidad Andrés Bello.
Director of the Criminal Law Department of the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Andrés Bello (2013-2014).
Scholarship of Academic Excellence Juan Pablo II Foundation (1999-2003).
Nominated by the prestigious North American publication “BestLawyers” in the area “Criminal Defense”, 2020 edition.
Member of the Chilean Bar Association A.G.
Publications: “Illicit Evidence for Violation of the Right of Defense as Warranty of the Due Process”; “Vulneration of the Non Bis In Idem Principle in the System of State Sanctions (Criminal and Administrative): Inapplicability for Unconstitutionality”; and “The Crime of Public Disorders in the Bill that Strengthens the Protection of Public Order” in the Doctrine Section of the Microjuris Law Journal.