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Jose Carlos Llerena Robles

Joined June 2016
Interests: Citizenship & Identification, Education, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Other, Right to Information
I am a Peruvian researcher (31 years old) in access to justice, legal ethics and legal education matters, teacher of Legal Ethics in Pacifico University Law School and coordinator of the Research an Studies Group on legal ethics in Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú Law School. Since Law School I ve been involved in advocacy and research about these matters that represents a huge concern in Peru among people. I ve worked as lawyer in a big lawfirm, an NGO in pro bono matters and in a Law School advising in curriculum design and management. Right now I am finishing my studies in order to obtain a degree as educator.

I am interested in this network for 2 main reasons. First, I think I can learn a lot from other experiences and improve my skills and knowledge in access to justice issues. This will help me to share this new learning among my peers and students in order to execute social projects as a civil society group or even from a law school. Second, I think that other people can get more information about the achievements in access to justice issues in my country. Maybe it can help to learn some things and to know that there is more people around the world tackling social justice troubles and it is better when you belong to a community with common values (even in different cultures).

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