Andrea Pozas-Loyo is a fulltime professor at the IIJ-UNAM (Institute of Legal Research). She is a visiting researcher at the Center for Latin-American Studies in Georgetown University, Distinguished Research Fellow in Constitutional Studies at UT Texas Law, and co-chair of the Mexican Chapter of ICON-s. She holds a Ph.D. and a M.A. in Politics by New York University, a MA in Philosophy by the New School of Social Research and made a postdoctoral residence at the Juan March Foundation in Madrid. She was Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s CASBS, coordinated the Seminar of Empirical Legal Studies at the IIJ-UNAM (2018-2022) and led the IIJ-UNAM J.D. program from 2018 to 2020.
Her research areas are constitutional and political theory and the empirical study of legal phenomena. Her research topics are constitutional change and efficacy, the relation between law, social norms and organizational practices, and the judiciary in Mexico. She has published in leading international journals and editorials on these topics. The complete list of her publications can be found in: https://apl228.wordpress.com/.