Gender Violence: Lessons from the experience of an Argentine Judge.
A presentation by Monica Bravo Mayuli, Second Court District Judge, Santiago del Estero, Argentina
Monday, June 04, 201212:00 PM - 1:00 PM
UCLA Law School
Judge Monica Bravo Mayuli
She is one of the judges in charge of overseen the numerous cases from the Office of Domestic Violence in Santiago del Estero, 1st office of its kind in Argentina. Member of various national and international Judges Associations, Family Law, Labor Law, Procedural Laws and NGOs in Argentina and Latin America and Member of the National Net of Expert Judges of Argentina in International Child’s Abduction.
Maggie Uribe, MA, LMFT: A view from the psycho-emotional effects of violence.
Dr. Frances Olsen theches Feminist Legal Theory, Dissidence & Law, Family Law, and Torts. Her areas of research interest include legal theory, social change, and feminism.
In Spanish with translation | A reception and empanadas will follow the presentation
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Cost : Free and open to the public
Download file: Violence2-jf-nay.pdf
Sponsor(s): Center for Argentina, Chile and the Southern Cone