About Patricio Cury Pastene
Patricio Cury Pastene is a lawyer and mediator with extensive experience in family, commercial and criminal matters. For the last ten years, in complement to his law practice, he has taught at law schools in universities in Valparaíso. He is a frequent participant and speaker at international academic conferences and congresses in Argentina, Colombia, Spain and the U.S. He was awarded a scholarship from the government of Japan to study intellectual property law in Osaka in 2004 and a Hague Academy Scholarship to attend the 39th external session, held in Buenos Aires in 2012.
Mr. Cury focuses his practice on family law, including family business matters. His litigation practice includes criminal law, especially juvenile offenders, domestic violence, and medical malpractice matters. He also advises clients in commercial law and consumer matters, including individuals and small and medium enterprises. In 2017, as President of the Electoral College of Quillota, he was designated a public defender, and in this role provides defense on behalf of minors, the elderly, the mentally ill, and other persons unable to stand trial.
Mr. Cury’s mediation practice includes:
- Family mediation
- Health care law mediation
- Commercial mediation
- Consumer law mediation
- Education mediation