Rodrigo Delaveau S.
Mr. Delaveau has an outstanding professional career with more than 20 years of experience, working in legal practice, law firms and in-house legal counsel in both public and private institutions.
He is an expert in Constitutional Law, Economic Analysis of Public and Regulatory Law, with experience in Law Reports and Public Litigation. He was a member of the Commission appointed by the House of Deputies of Chile for the drafting of a new Bill of Procedure for the Protection (Amparo) Constitutional Remedy. In 2019 he was elected Deputy Justice of the Constitutional Court of Chile and a year later he was appointed co-representative of the Court before the Venice Commission, as well as a regular speaker in both national and foreign seminars and lectures.
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, School of Law, Bachelor of Laws (1996).
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, School of Law, Master of Laws (LLM) in Public Law (2002).
University of Chicago, Master of Laws (LLM) (2007).
University of Chicago, Juris Doctor (JSD) (2013).
University of Chicago, International Program of the School of Law, Ph.D. and Coase Sandor Institute for Law & Economics courses (2018).
Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Chicago Law School (current).
Professor of Constitutional Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Law School (current).
Professor of Constitutional Law, Universidad de Chile Law School (current).
Professor of Constitutional Law at the law school of Universidad de Los Andes (current).
Member of the Drafting Commission appointed by the Chilean House of Representative for Drafting a new Constitutional Rights Procedural Bill (2018-2019).
University of Chicago Law School International Programs Scholarship for post doctorate studies (2018).
Russell Baker Scholarship Fund por Phd studies (2008-2013).
“100 young leaders” awarded by El Mercurio News for contribuitions in Legislation and Judicial Policy (2008)