Martín Mois Freiwirth


Martín has focused his professional practice mainly on technology, corporate and commercial and real estate matters. 

In the technology area, he has advised both local and foreign companies, start-ups and established companies, in matters of law and technology, such as the protection and exploitation of their intangible assets, technology transfer, the contractual implementation of their business models and related aspects such as personal data protection. He has also advised national and foreign companies in their application and execution of subsidy agreements with Corfo.

In the corporate area, he works advising both corporations and nonprofits in their structuring, forms of administration and regulatory compliance. He also advises companies in all matters related to consumer law and product liability.

In the real estate area, he advises domestic and foreign companies in the acquisition and sale of real estate, the development of real estate projects, both residential and commercial, in the exploitation of such projects and their forms of administration and in the negotiation of mitigation agreements derived from real estate projects with the Treasury.

Martín has extensive professional experience, having previously worked at Aninat Schwencke y Cía., Aninat & Cía. and Montt & Cía.

  • University of Chile, Bachelor of Law and Social Sciences (1998). Law degree, Supreme Court, 2001. 
  • University of Pennsylvania, LL.M. 2008. 
  • University of California – Davis, Diploma in IP Licensing and Technology Transfer, 2014.
  • Intellectual Property.
  • Information Technologies.
  • Data Protection.
  • Consumer Law.
  • Fintech.
  • Corporate Law.
  • Real Estate.
  • Chilean Bar Association.
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
  • Net neutrality in the United States. Back to the blackboard, Revista Chilena de Derecho y Tecnología, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1st semester 2014, at: 
  • Chapter on Chile in: Campbell, Dennis (Ed.), The Internet. Laws and Regulatory Regimes, Juris Publishing, 2010. 
  • Londoño; Mois; Praetorius; Ramírez, Reforma Procesal Penal: Génesis, Historia Sistematizada y Concordancias, Editorial Jurídica de Chile, 2003.
  • Editor of the Criminal Policy Journal of the University of Talca 2008-2018.
  • Highlighted in Chambers and Partners (2024) in the Fintech category, Band 2.
  • Highlighted in The Legal 500 (2024) in the Fintech category.
  • Highlighted in Leaders League (2024) in the Fintech category.
  • Highlighted in Latin Lawyer 250 (2024) in the Data, Technology, and Privacy Law category.
  • Highlighted in Best Lawyers (2024) in the Intellectual Property and TMT category, and recognized as “Lawyer of the Year” in the Technology Law category.
  • Recipient of the Presidential Scholarship for studies abroad, 2007.
  • Awarded by the Ministry of Justice for Outstanding Practice, 2001.
  • Member of the Probono Foundation and coordinator of the firm’s Probono practice.
  • Director of the Santiago College Alumni Association Corporation.