Chile Seminar Thursday, November 10, 6:30 pm, room 12 Boalt Hall (Law School)

Chile Seminar Thursday, November 10, 6:30 pm, room 12 Boalt Hall (Law School)

Dear:
With much pleasure them invite the next Thursday, November 10 a new version of our beloved Chile Seminar. The appointment is at 6:30 p.m. in Room 12 Boalt Hall (Law School). As always, we'll have something to share.
This time we will have Jaime Hernández and Soledad Krause as presenters.
Jaime, will tell us from the field of urban ecology, an analysis of the evolution that the vegetation of Santiago has had in the last 15 years. This focused on the composition of species and their spatial distribution in the city and how it reaffirms a socio-economic spatial segregation of the urban vegetative resource and its trend over time, in a presentation entitled: "Ecology of urban landscapes and socio-ecological segregation of urban vegetation: The case of Santiago de Chile".
Soledad will tell us about "Distrust and the Sanctioning State". How about the sustained increase in the assumptions in which Chilean law admits that the State sanctions subjects, as well as the powers to investigate the infringing facts, allow them to sustain an erosion of the law's confidence towards Subject. Given that trust is a central element in building the social, the absence of trust in law is a key element in analysing this phenomenon, especially in the field of sanctioning law.
Jaime Hernández, is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Forestry Science and Nature Conservation at the University of Chile and is in Berkeley visiting as a scholar in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. Jaime specializes in spatial analysis, remote perception and landscape ecology. His research focuses on the generation of spatially explicit and dynamic information over time, which will support the sustainable management of natural resources and the conservation of nature. He is a Forestry Engineer from the University of Chile and an Engineering Doctor in Montes from the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
Soledad Krause is a litigator lawyer at the GMDK study of which she is a part, and is currently in Berkeley as a visiting scholar in the Department of Philosophy. Soledad holds a degree in Legal and Social Sciences from the University of Chile, with a doctorate in criminal law from Pompeu Fabra University and a master's degree in Philosophy from the University of Chile. In addition, she has served as a litigator lawyer in the National Economic Prosecutor's Office.
We hope to see you all!
Coordinates:
Thursday November 10th 6:30 pm in 12 Boalt Hall (Law School).
Team Chile Seminar