University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas (2004) LL.M J. William Fulbright Scholarship recipient (2003)
Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre & Maestra (1999), LLB Summa Cum Laude
The Concentrated Judicial Review in the Dominican Republic (1999) (Author)
Constitutional Decisions of the Judicial Branch: Dominican Republic’s Supreme Court of Justice decisions on Constitutional Issues (1910-2012) (Librería Jurídica Internacional, 2013) (Author)
Comments to Articles 233 to 244 of the Dominican Constitution, in “The Annotated Dominican Constitution” (Finjus, 2011) (Co-Autor/Collaborator)
Considerations on the abstract judicial review in the Dominican Republic, in “Memories of the VII Ibero-American Forum on Procedural Constitutional Law” (CARMJ, 2011) (Co-Author/Collaborator)
Constitutional Justice in Presidentialist Democracies, in “Presidentialism and Democratization in the Dominican Republic (1994-2010)” (PUCMM-CUEPS, 2012) “” (Co-Author/Collaborator)
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