Jorge Barrera Rojas focuses his research on comparative constitutional law, education law, and religious freedom. His scholarship also includes administrative law, election law, and international human rights law.
Jorge received his law degree from the University of Chile in 2011, and he holds an LL.M. from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 2017. He is also a J.S.D. candidate at Notre Dame Law School and a Ph.D. in European and International Law candidate at the University of Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne.
Jorge is currently Assistant Professor of Law at the Universidad de Chile and the Universidad San Sebastian. At the same time, he serves as a Research Associate in the Comparative Constitutions Project. Jorge is the author of publications in the field of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Education Law, such as the “Right to Education and Academic Freedom: Evolution of the Chilean Constitutional Tradition Before a New Constitution” Chilean Association of Constitutional Law – in the book “Constitutional Transition: The Way to a New Constitution,” Tirant lo Blanch, 2021, and “The Free Tuition under Chilean Law: A right of students and not a benefit for the Higher Institutions,” Chilean Jurisprudence Yearbook, Tirant Lo Blanch, 2021, among others.