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Prof. Luis Fuentes-Rohwer

Professor of Law and Harry T. Ice Faculty Fellow, Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Professor Fuentes-Rohwer's scholarship focuses on the intersection of race and democratic theory, as reflected in the law of democracy in general and the Voting Rights Act in particular. Fuentes-Rohwer is interested in the way that institutions - and especially courts - are asked to craft and implement the ground rules of American politics. His dissertation, entitled The Rise of a Concept: Judicial Independence in the American National Context, 1787-1833, examines the way that the concept of judicial independent gained traction soon after the U.S. Constitution came into being as a necessary counterpoint to the rise of political parties. His most recent work focuses on the political and constitutional status of the commonwealth of Puerto Rico under American rule.


Education

  • B.A. at University of Michigan, 1989
  • J.D. at University of Michigan, 1997
  • Ph.D. at University of Michigan, 2001
  • LL.M. at Georgetown University School of Law, 2002

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