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bnl21@cam.ac.uk

Education CV

Education

PhD in Law candidate, University of Cambridge, Darwin College (2019-)

Visiting researcher, Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Department of Law (2018)

LLM in Legal Theory, New York University School of Law, Hauser Global Scholar (2018)

Diploma, Public Economic Law, Universidad de Chile School of Law (2013)

LLB Universidad de Chile (summa cum laude, 2014)

 

Scholarships and Awards

Cambridge International Trust Scholarship, University of Cambridge (2019-)

Hauser Global Program Scholarship, New York University School of Law (2017-2018)

Constitutional Court of Chile Award, best undergraduate law thesis (first place), ‘The Inspection Power of State Administration Authorities’ (2014)

House of Representatives of Chile Award, best undergraduate thesis project, ‘The Inspection Power of State Administration Authorities’ (2013)

 

Academic and Research Experience

Universidad de Chile - Centre of Environmental Law, law professor (2023-on leave)

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, guest lecturer (2022-2023)

Universidad Diego Portales, guest lecturer (2021)

Cambridge Legal Theory Discussion Group, convenor (2021-2022)

Cambridge International Law Journal, general editor (2019-2020)

Universidad de Chile, guest lecturer (2014-2016)

 

Relevant Professional Experience

Constitutional Court of Chile, law clerk (2014-2017)

Centre of Regulation and Competition Universidad de Chile, researcher (2013)

 

Fields of research

Environmental Law and Policy.

Economic Law.

Climate Law and Governance.

Administrative Law.

Comparative legal studies and legal theory.

Publications: Google Scholar

 

 

The Promise and Problems of the Chilean Model of Environmental Liability for Remediating Atmospheric Damage: A Case Study on Corporate Liability

Summary

Her PhD research at Cambridge focuses on the promise and problems of Chile's environmental liability to remediate atmospheric damage caused by industrial air pollution in the context of local climate change litigation. By undertaking comparative legal studies and adopting an institutional approach to the topic, the PhD explores Chilean environmental and tort law and identifies major trends in the past, present, and future of corporate environmental liability for environmental damage in Chile. 

Supervisors

Professor Peter Cane; Professor Jonathan Morgan.