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Teresa Armenta Deu
Guillermo Ormazabal Sánchez
Susana Oromí Vall-llovera
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Lorenzo M. Bujosa Vadell
Virginia Pardo Iranzo
Anibal Quiroga Leon
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Coral Arangüena Fanego
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Teresa Pizarro Beleza
Frederico de Lacerda da Costa Pinto
Sophía Romero Rodríguez
Carina Gómez Fröde
Diego Palomo Vélez
Kai Ambos
Ezequiel Malarino
Pablo Galain Palermo
Giovanni F. Priori Posada
Francisco Verbic
Manuel-Jesús Cachón Cadenas
Santiago Pereira Campos
Rita Mill
Gustavo Badaró
Carlos Natarén
Raúl Núñez Ojeda
Dmitry Maleshin
Mariângela Tomé Lopes
Fernando Alday López Cabello
Daniel Pastor
Marcus Vinicius Furtado Coêlho
Agustina Patricia Alvarado Urízar
Carlos Natarén

Carlos F. Natarén Nandayapa is Professor-Researcher at the Autonomous University of Chiapas and Director of the Legal Research Institute. He teaches and writes in the fields of Human Rights Protection, Criminal law and Criminal Procedure. For the last decade, his scholarship has been focused on a comparative analysis of Criminal Justice System Reform in Latin America and Mexico.

 

Professor Natarén has been Lecturer in several institutions in Mexico, including Federal and Local Congresses, Federal and Local Supreme Courts, Tribunals and other Institutions, as well as Public and Private Universities. He has been Legal Advisor and Consultant, for both Public and Private sectors. 

 

After the Constitutional Amendment on Criminal Justice (published in June of 2008), Professor Natarén was General Counsel of the Commission to Model Criminal Procedural Code for Mexican States for the National Association of State Courts (CONATRIB). Few months later, Professor Natarén took leave of absence for a year to serve as Director General of Inter-Institutional Coordination at the Executive Secretariat of the Coordination Council for implementation of the Criminal Justice System at Interior Minister of Mexico.

 

Professor Natarén has published extensively on Human Rights Protection, Procedural Criminal Law, Rule of Law and Judicial Reform in Mexico. His most recent books are Litigación Oral y Práctica Forense de Derecho Penal (2014, Oxford University Press, 7a ed.) and Los Principios Constitucionales del Nuevo Proceso Penal Acusatorio y Oral Mexicano (2013, Autonomous National University of Mexico).

 

Professor Natarén has been a Visiting Scholar at Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies of the University of Texas at Austin. He is member of Editorial Boards and Councils: Boletín Mexicano de Derecho Comparado, Legal Research Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2007-up to date); Reforma Judicial. Revista Mexicana de Justicia (2004-up to date); and Cuestiones Constitucionales. Revista Mexicana de Derecho Constitucional (2006-up to date). And he is secretary of the Mexican section of the Iberoamerican Constitutional Justice Institute (2007-up to date).

 

Before joining to the Legal Research Center, Professor Natarén was Professor-Researcher at the Legal Research Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He is an honors graduate of the Autonomous University of Chiapas, School of Law, where he was editor of the Law Review. He earned his Doctorado en Derecho magna cum laude (Ph.D/SJD equivalent) at the Complutense University of Madrid, Law School, in 2004.

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