Dr. Martín Hevia
S.J.D. Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
Director of the LL.B. Program
Martín Hevia, Abogado (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, 2001) and S.J.D. (Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 2007) is an Assistant Professor at the Escuela de Derecho, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. Professor Hevia´s research and teaching interests include Philosophy of Private Law, Legal Theory and Political Philosophy; Comparative Private and Constitutional Law; Contracts; Health Law and Reproductive Rights. Professor Hevia is legal consultant to the Argentine National Congress on the reform, actualization, and unification of the Civil and Commercial Codes. Professor Hevia was Global Fellow at the International Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Programme, University of Toronto (2009) and Fellow in Comparative Law and Political Economy at Osgoode Hall, York University (2008). He was Co Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Law & Equality (2004-2006) and Editor-In-Chief of Revista Argentina de Teoría Jurídica 1999-2000). At the University of Toronto, he was awarded the Alan Marks Medal to the Best Graduate Thesis of 2006-2007, the 2007 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award for extraordinary extra-curricular contributions to university life and was President of the Graduate Law Student´s Association. He has been consulted as an Expert for the World Health Organization Public Health Law Consultation Group.