I’m a Political Science Ph.D. student at Florida State University. Before coming to FSU, I obtained my master of laws (LL.M.) degree at UCLA School of Law, and my first law degree from Universidad Nacional de Tucumán (Argentina).

I study comparative politics. Specifically, I’m interested in comparative judicial institutions, separation of powers, and Latin American politics.

My current research examines public support for courts amid interbranch conflicts.

Protest at the Argentinean Supreme Court’s building. Protesters called for the Justices’ resignation from the court. Buenos Aires, 2001-2002. Source: https://archivo.argentina.indymedia.org/news/2002/02/12474.php.