This profile was current as of 2016, when he was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.
I am a J.S.D. Candidate in International Human Rights Law. I earned my LL.B. from Universidad Panamericana in 2009 (Aguascalientes, Mexico), and my LL.M. with Certification in International Human Rights Law from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2011 (Washington, D.C.) While studying my first law degree I earned a Specialization in Advanced Social, Economic and Political Studies by the Phoenix Institute in 2007 (Notre Dame, Indiana). After Law School I clerked at the Third Federal District Court in Aguascalientes, Mexico, and interned at the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL) in San Jose, Costa Rica. In Notre Dame I have worked as Research Assistant at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in projects focused on comparative constitutional studies, international law, and human rights. My doctoral studies are concentrated on the incorporation of the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the norms of American Convention on Human Rights on the domestic legal systems of states parties to the American Convention. During the next academic year (2013-2014) I will continue my research at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Kellogg, Pulte Partner on Paraguayan Rule of Law Initiative
Oct 25, 2021
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies, in collaboration with the Pulte Institute for Global Development and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, recently organized a workshop series for Paraguayan legal professionals on issues related to the rule of law.
Former Dissertation Year Fellow Publishes Book
Apr 16, 2018
Former Kellogg Institute dissertation year fellow Pablo González-Domínguez (law) has published a new book, "The Doctrine of Conventionality Control: Between Uniformity and Legal Pluralism in the Inter-American Human Rights System" (Intersentia, 2018).