Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen is a Professor of Law at the Sorbonne Law School at the University Paris I and Co-Director of the “Institut de Recherche en droit international et Européen de la Sorbonne” (IREDIES). She has been teaching European Union law, Inter-American and European Human Rights Law and Constitutional Law at numerous universities in Europe (Spain, Germany, Netherlands, and Romania), Africa (Morocco, Senegal, Ivory Coast) and Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico, Peru). Her research focuses on the areas of Human Rights Law, Comparative Law and European and International Law.
She is the author of “L’Espagne et la Communauté européenne” (Belgium, ULB, 1995); “Libertés fondamentales” (Paris, LGDJ, 2003) and more recently, “La Convention européenne des droits de l’homme” (Paris, LGDJ, 2012). She has written with A. Úbeda de Torres, “Les grandes décisions de la Court Interaméricaine des droits de l’homme” (Bruylant, 2008). She has also published in Spanish “Las decisiones básicas de la Corte Inter-Americana de los derechos humanos” (Madrid, Civitas-Thomson-Reuters, 2009) and an updated version has been published in Oxford University Press (The Inter-American Court of Human Rights Case Law and Commentary, 2011). Since January 2012, she has become a judge at the Constitutional Court of Andorra.
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