2005 Archive

Mexican Supreme Court Justice Addresses Constitutional Issues

Mexican Supreme Court Justice José Ramón Cossío Díaz delivered a lecture at Boalt on Friday, February 25, on "Constitutional Actions in Mexico." Formerly a professor of law at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, Justice Cossío joined the Mexican Supreme Court in 2003. He is a leading constitutional law scholar in Mexico and has written extensively on constitutionalism, democracy and the rights of indigenous peoples.

His talk was part of the Robbins Collection's lecture series, Current Issues and New Perspectives in Latin American Law.