Ignacio Boulin

Ignacio Boulin is a human rights lawyer. He holds a JD from the University of Mendoza, a masters in Administrative Law from Universidad Austral and an LL.M. from Harvard Law School. He teaches Administrative Law and Human Rights Law at Universidad Nacional de Cuyo and Universidad Austral, both in Argentina.

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Human Rights Law Should Meet the Administrative State

Human Rights Law Should Meet the Administrative State

Human rights depend on a well-functioning administrative state. If the administrative state is dysfunctional, it will not be able to realise the promise of human rights. While obvious in some developed countries, it is not so in Latin ...