Joaquin Bardallo Bandera


Joaquin Bardallo Bandera
Ph.D. Candidate in Law, University of Toronto | Gordon Henderson Master Scholar 2013-2014

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Joaquin Bardallo Bandera


Current Research Interests

  • Rule of law and Latin America

Joaquín Bardallo Bandera received the Gordon F. Henderson Scholarship at the master level for 2013-2014. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alberta in Political Science and Combined Languages as well as a Certificate in Globalization and Governance from the same university. He received a Full International Scholarship from the University of Ottawa to work on his master’s degree and is currently a PhD student at the University of Toronto. Joaquín’s research focuses on the rule of law in Latin America. More specifically, his research deals with two specific cases Mexico and Uruguay and analyzes the causes for the rule of law’s strengths and weaknesses in each of these countries. He has also been involved in several projects regarding human rights issues including Amnesty International and PORVENIR.

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