Constantino Dockendorff focused his studies on the intersection between sustainability, corruption and development during his time at the Hertie School. Before this, Constantino worked as a legal consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank, where he collaborated with the Chilean government on the implementation of the Probity and Transparency Agenda. Before joining the bank, he worked for two years as a policy specialist at the Ministry Secretary General of the Presidency in Chile. There, he concentrated on the coordination and implementation of anti-corruption policies within the public administration. He initiated his professional career working for two years as an associate lawyer at DAC Beachcroft, the first and only British law firm with an office in Chile. He holds a Bachelor of Laws.
Master's thesis title
Water conflicts and megadrought in Chile: The need to rethink the Chilean privatised water system