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Costa Rican. A law graduate from the University of Costa Rica, with a Master in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School.
She is a freelance lawyer, civic activist, opinion columnist and external adviser to the Legislative Commission on State Reform. From 1990-1992, Abril worked for the Family Division of the Office of the Attorney General as adviser to the President of IMAS.
She has collaborated with a number of think tanks focused on the country’s reality and published dozens of opinion pieces in newspapers and magazines.
She currently teaches Theories of State at the University of Costa Rica.
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