is an associate attorney and a member of the firm's public and natural resources group. In addition to her undergraduate degree, Consuelo has a graduate diploma in administrative law. Her practice focuses on providing advice regarding matters of environmental law and natural resources, contributing to the development of wind and mining projects. She is currently an assistant teacher of administrative law at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and has co-authored two articles on environmental law matters.
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