Patricio Nazareno

Patricio Nazareno is a J.S.D. candidate at Yale Law School. He is also Assistant Professor at Universidad de San Andrés in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Patricio was born in Córdoba, Argentina, where he studied both political science and law. Before coming to Yale in 2008, he served as a legal advisor for high government authorities of both the Federal Government of Argentina and his home State, clerked for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica, worked at a law firm specializing in litigation on behalf of large companies, and was the advisor for a Minority Leader at the Convention for the Reform of the State Constitution. He has also been Assistant Professor of Political Philosophy and a researcher on constitutional theory and history. He received his graduate degree in political science from Universidad Católica de Córdoba, his first law degree from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and his LL.M. degree from Yale Law School.

Patricio’s areas of interest include political and legal theory, constitutional law and human rights, public and administrative law, and national and international litigation. For his J.S.D. dissertation, Patricio is studying the influence of legal culture and ideology on the practice and discourse of constitutional adjudication from a comparative perspective.

Doctoral Committee
Professors Robert C. Post (chair), Paul W. Kahn (reader), and Daniel Markovits (reader)

LL.M., Yale Law School, 2009
M.Phil. in Legal Theory and Argumentation, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
J.D. [Abogado], Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, 2006
M.A. [Licenciado] (Political Science), Universidad Católica de Córdoba, 2002

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