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Re-imagining International Clinical Law

Nicolas Espejo

Nicolas EspejoNicolas Espejo currently serves as a Professor at the Universidad Adolfo Ibanez and Universidad Central de Chile, UNICEF consultant, and founding partner of Public Interest Corporation, a legal non-profit organization committed to strengthening the rule of law, protecting fundamental rights, and promoting citizen participation. Prior to his current positions, he was a Professor of Law and Director of the Public Interest Law Clinic at the Universidad Diego Portales, Chile. Professor Espejo has taught, researched, and litigated national and international human rights cases as the Center for Justice and International Law’s representative in Chile and as Director of the Center for Human Rights at the Universidad Diego Portales. In addition, he has taught in the United Kingdom, Italy, and Ireland.

Professor Espejo has published several academic articles on philosophy, human rights, and clinical education. He has served as an editor of the Annual Report on Human Rights in Chile and is on the academic boards of several journals, including the Justice and Rights of the Child (UNICEF), Persona y Sociedad (Universidad Alberto Hurtado), and the Journal of Social Sciences (Universidad de Valparaiso).

Professor Espejo obtained his Bachelor of Law and Social Sciences at the Universidad Diego Portales, his Master in International Law and Human Rights at the University of Oxford, and his Doctor of Law at the University of Warwick, England.

 

 


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