Ignacio Orellana Garcia, Assistant Editor, is an S.J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School. His research explores the intersection of Constitutional Law and monetary and financial systems, and, more specifically, how constitutions regulate the exercise of monetary sovereignty by allocating authority to make decisions on the configuration of money, the money supply, and the allocation of money. He is also more broadly interested in central banking, banking law and financial regulation, payment systems, government budgeting, and financial inclusion. Prior to his doctoral studies, Ignacio worked in law firms in his native Chile and in the U.S., focusing on commercial, regulatory, constitutional and administrative litigation, especially involving financial industries.