Bachelor of Legal and Social Sciences from Universidad de Valparaíso´s Law School (1995). Master in Public Law with a major in Constitutional Law from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
In addition, he has a certification in Sanctioning Economic Law from Universidad de Los Andes (2017) and a certification in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University (2001).
His professional practice focuses on criminal, administrative, and constitutional law.
A founding member of López, Escobar, Del Río, his professional career began in 2003 at the Office of Human Rights of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2003-2004). Subsequently, he was part of the first group of Public Prosecutors from the Criminal Procedural Reform, where he worked at the Office of Economic Crimes (2004-2008). He later became part of Harasic y López, where he became a partner in 2012.
As an academic, he has an extensive background in the areas of International Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law, both at the Law School of Universidad de Chile and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He is currently an Associate Teacher in the latter, where he teaches International Criminal Law and Criminal Litigation.
He served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Asociación por las Libertades Públicas (Association for Public Liberties) for the term 2017-2019, and is currently one of the judges of the Ethics Tribunal of Colegio de Abogados de Chile A.G. (Chilean Bar Association A.G.), in office from 2015-2023.