Patricio Nazareno
Post-Doctoral Global Fellow

Patricio Nazareno is a Post-Doctoral Global Fellow with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice. His current research project focuses on criminal accountability for human rights violations and the tensions it raises between international law and tribunals and domestic politics and activism.

Patricio holds JSD and LLM degrees from Yale Law School, a law degree and an LLM from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and a political science BA from Universidad Católica de Córdoba. He currently teaches constitutional law, legal theory, and procedure at Universidad de San Andrés Law School, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has also practiced administrative law, clerked for the Inter-American Court, and frequently advises Argentine government agencies on legal issues and projects for legislative reform.

Patricio’s main areas of interest include constitutional law, social movements, legal history, international human rights, and legal culture and discourse. After his doctoral dissertation, his scholarship has turned to consider the legal and political complexities of the decision-making processes that polities, especially in Latin America, are undertaking in order to overturn the widespread impunity for the human rights violations perpetrated in the past.

Research Project: Justice in Frames


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