Camila is a lawyer from Chile, specialized in public-law, highly regulated industries, and public policy design. Prior to the Goldman School, she earned a Masters in Law degree with a specialization in public interest and social justice from UC Berkeley. Before coming to the United States, Camila was a legal advisor for the Legislative Unit of the Ministry of Finance in Chile, where she performed research for policy design over various sectorial matters, drafted bills of law for their enactment, and conducted analysis on their effects. As to her US-based experience, she has been working with the UC Berkeley Labor Center on the City of Oakland Construction Workforce Demographics Project – a research effort to assess Project Labor Agreements as a tool for maximizing the employment of local residents in public works.
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