Lucas Sebastián Grosman
Lucas S. Grosman is Professor of Law at Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina. He previously taught at Universidad de Palermo, Universidad Di Tella (Economics Department) and Universidad de Buenos Aires. His primary areas of interest are constitutional law, philosophy of law, and antitrust. He was Tutor in Law at Yale Law School (2004-2005). He served as Commissioner at the Argentine Antitrust Commission (2001-2003) and practiced law for four years (1994-1998) at Le Pera & Lessa. Some of his recent publications are “Compensation for Human Rights Abuse: Exploring the Possibilities of Reparative Justice in Transitional Democracies,” with Jaime Malamud Goti, in The Handbook of Reparations, Pablo De Greiff ed., Oxford University Press (2006); “Confianza, coerción y derecho”, in La Confianza y el Derecho en América Latina, Fondo de Cultura Económica, México, forthcoming; “El abuso explotativo y la defensa de la competencia,” with Tomas Serebrisky, Revista Iberoamericana de la Competencia (February 2003).
J.S.D., Yale, 2006
LL.M., Yale, 2000
Lawyer, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1996