Fernando Muñoz is Professor of Constitutional Law and Legal History at Universidad Austral de Chile. His work uses problems of constitutional law and theory to gain insight into the relation between moral reasoning, cultural boundaries, and political action.
Professor Muñoz obtained a Doctorate of the Science of Law (J.S.D.) from Yale. His dissertation, entitled "Autonomy and Responsiveness: the Discursive Mediation between Law and Society," explores the relationship between legal institutions and political culture. He also holds an L.L.M. degree from Yale and a Bachelor of Law from Universidad Católica de Chile.
In addition to academic work, professor Muñoz is involved in advocacy and litigation before the Chilean Constitutional Court for marriage equality.