Appointed by S.E. the President of the Republic as Minister of the Constitutional Court on July 30, 2018, assuming that same date, for a period of nine years.

•  Degree in Legal and Social Sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where he won the Luis Gutiérrez Alliende Award. Lawyer. Doctor of Law Master in Public Law from the Law School of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where he was awarded the Alejandro Silva Bascuñán Prize, and Master in Legal Research by the Law School of the Universidad de los Andes. Director of the Master in Law Program, LLM UC.

•  He completed his basic and secondary education studies at the German High School in Santiago. He was president of his Alumni Center between 2006 and 2013.

•  Professor of Constitutional Law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and at the Higher Academy of Police Sciences. He taught at the Universidad de Chile between 2000 and 2006 and at the Universidad de los Andes from 2000 to 2017. He has been a visiting professor at the Universidad Rafael Landívar in Guatemala and the Universidad Católica de Argentina. He also teaches courses in his specialty in the Master Programs of the Faculty of Law of the Universidad de Talca and the Universidad Finis Terrae.

•  Author of more than fifty articles of his specialty, collaborations in collective works published in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, France and Mexico and books: The constitutional principle of equality before the law, by Lexis Nexis; Freedom of education before the jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court, edited by the Universidad de Los Andes; The new criminal process against the Constitution, published by Lexis Nexis; and Fundamental rights in 25 years of jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court, edited by the Court itself.

•  He was part of the Legislative Work Modernization Council created by the Presidents of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies in 2015 and was regularly invited to different Parliamentary Commissions to give his opinion on constitutional matters.

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