Welcome to the semi-annual magazine of the Constitutional Justice Center attached to the Faculty of Law of the Universidad del Desarrollo.
Ibero-American Public Law
is a biannual publication of the the Centre of Constitutional Justice affiliated to Universidad del Desarrollo Faculty Law. This magazine founded in October 2012 is edited in April and October of each year.
Ibero-American Public Law has the purpose of analizing contemporary public law, from a problematic approach, raising doubts about many elaborated consensus, providing certainties where much of permanent dissent exists, with the conviction that primary scientific principles of every research in this area are the fundamental rights of the human beings and common good. From this view, the aim is to link, particularly, the national and foreign scientific community, promoting the integration of Hispanic American studies.
The magazine promotes, nurtures and spreads the study of public law based on the principle of plurality and diverse scientific approaches: juridic and political philosophy, constitutional theory, constitutional dogmatics, international law of fundamental rights, juridical sociology, law history and other related disciplines. Works to be published are submitted to a blind arbitration applied by a Scientific Committe and a national and foreign Body of Reviewers.