Judicial Independence in Latin America

Examining some of the main ways legal systems can support and maintain judicial independence, a vital element of the rule of law, this project considers the approach of Latin American jurisdictions (such as Guatemala, Costa Rica and Argentina) in light of international principles.

The project was funded by Dentons Muñoz who provide corporate legal services across multiple industries throughout Central America, José Antonio Muñoz, founder and managing partner of Dentons Muñoz; as well as Deloitte; and Cuestamoras.

The report was launched at the Bingham Centre's Rule of Law Challenges in Latin America conference in São Paulo, Brazil, 18-19 April 2016. The Spanish version of the report (link below) was also launched in Costa Rica on 7 December.

Read / download the report and summaries here

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