Daniela Salazar Marin

Ecuador |  Magistrate, Constitutional Court of Ecuador


Salazar Marin is a magistrate in Ecuador’s Constitutional Court since 2019, and vice president of the court in the 2019-2022 period. She studied law at San Francisco de Quito University and an LLM at Columbia Law School in New York. She won Fulbright and Romulo Gallegos fellowships.

Salazar Marin is a law professor at the San Francisco de Quito University, where she was Law School vice dean, co-director of the legal clinic and co-director of a working group on law and literature. She has also taught at Universidad Externado in Colombia, Universidad Nacional de San Martin National in Argentina and Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar in Ecuador.

Salazar Marin previously worked at the Inter-American Human Rights Commission, for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, as well as a consultant with Human Rights Watch and UNESCO, among others. She has published extensively academic articles and chapters in books on constitutional law, constitutional procedural law, human rights, human mobility, freedom of expression, the Inter-American human rights system, and international law. 

Salazar Marin was an event speaker at the Dialogue.

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