Researcher & Professor

'Everyone who was not incapacitated with regard to virtue could attain it through some kind of learning and personal effort.'


I am a postdoctoral researcher at Erasmus Law School working on the Vici Project: 'Towards sustainable cost and funding mechanisms for civil litigation in Europe' financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).

My research focuses on the shift from public to private funding of civil litigation in the form of third-party funding (TPF) or crowdfunding. I particularly take into consideration the public interest litigation experiences and their impact on access to justice and the enforceability of human rights.

More information about the project can be found in the following link: Vici Project - NWO

Recent research papers

The following papers are part of the Vici Project: Towards sustainable cost and funding mechanisms for civil litigation in Europe (project number VI.C.191.082) financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).

Previous work can also be found in, Google Scholar or Researchgate.


Soon available as an e-book in a revised version



I am actually teaching on an online basis the following courses:

1.- Civil procedural law

2.- Evidence law

I am also a former Associate Professor of the National University of La Plata (Argentina) giving the course on Civil Procedure.

Academic and professional background



Ph D


ELSI course


Master in Legal Argumentation


Law Degree

  • Ph D, University of Buenos Aires. Thesis title: Theoretical bases for the construction of a collective procedural paradigm. A constitutional study of the process". Directed by Dr. Roberto Gargarella. Defense date: April 2016.

  • Master in Legal Argumentation, University of Alicante, Spain. Thesis rated Outstanding (10), 2011.

  • Specialist in Procedural Law, Notarial University, Argentina. Thesis rated Outstanding, 2006.

  • ELSI Course, Dartmouth College, Hanover, U.S.A., 2004.

  • Lawyer, graduated with honors, National University of La Plata, 2002.


  • Manuel Serra Domínguez Foundation Award, 2020.

  • Postdoctoral Research Grant, Carolina Foundation & Palermo University, 2019.

  • Manuel Serra Domínguez Foundation Scholarship to participate in the Procedural Law Course, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, 2018.

  • Selected in an opposition and background contest to lecture at the III Argentine-Brazilian Binational Congress on Procedural Law, Brazil, 2018.

  • Master's Degree in Legal Argumentation scholarship, Alicante University, 2011.

  • Procedural Law Institute Award, National University of La Plata, Law Faculty, 2009.

  • CONICET Doctoral Scholarship, 2008.

  • Dartmouth College Scholarship, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of the Human Genome Project (ELSI Course), 2004.

  • US Department of State & FURP-USA Program, 2005.

  • Gold Medal Award, National University of La Plata, Law Faculty, 2003.

  • Research Grant, National University of La Plata, Law Faculty, 2003.

  • Joaquín V. González Award, La Plata, City Hall, 2002.

Professional experience

  • I worked for the General Attorney at the Supreme Court in Buenos Aires, Argentina for more than 10 years (2009-2020).

  • Former experience as a private attorney in Civil and Commercial cases, La Plata and Buenos Aires, Argentina (2003-2009).

  • Legislative advisor - Chamber of Deputies, National Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2006.