AND PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
(Barrister); 1982, Chile; 1984, Spain; 1985, New York 1987, U.S. District Court,
Southern District of New York; 1988, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of
Cambridge University (England) (B.A.,
1970, M.A., 1976); College of Law (England), 1975; Universidad de Chile (Chile),
Member of: American Bar Association,
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, American Foreign Law Association,
London Court of International Arbitration, Advisory Board of the Institute for
tRansnational Arbitration. Director, North American-Chilean Chamber of Commerce.
Legal Advisor, Chilean Mission to the United Nations and Chilean Consulate in
New York. Former Lecturer on Conflicts of Law at the Universidad Católica, Santiago,
Chile, and on Commercial Law at the London School of Economics, London, England.
Has given expert evidence in court on several occasions on the laws of Chile.
"AV" rating from Marindale-Hubbell.
Law Office of Carlos J. Bianchi (since 2001) Partner, Bingham Dana LLP (New York),
1997-2001 Partner, Marks & Murase LLP (New York), 1992-1997 Partner, Stebbings
& Skydell, P.C./Stebbings & Associates, P.C. (New York), 1987-1992 Attorney, Travieso,
Evans, Hughes, Arria, Rengel, Marquez & Paz (New York associated office of Venezuelan
law firm), 1984-86 Attorney, Claro y Cía. (Santiago, Chile), 1980-84 Attorney,
Enrique Puga y Cía. (Santiago, Chile), 1980 Barrister, 4 Essex Court, Temple (London,
England), 1975-79 Paralegal, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton (Washington, D.C.),
1973-74 Clerk, Herbert Smith & Co., Solicitors (London, England), 1970-73 Clerk,
Bischoff & Co., Solicitors (London, England), 1969