Paola Patarroyo


Paola Patarroyo is an LLM graduate from New York University School of Law and has practiced in international dispute settlement including in regional human rights cases, international investment and commercial arbitration. She is currently a consultant in public international law.

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Monitoring provisional measures at the International Court of Justice: the recent amendment to the Internal Judicial Practice

On 21 December 2020, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) announced the adoption of a new Article 11 of its Internal Judicial Practice. The new text provides for the creation of an ad hoc committee where the Court orders provisional measures, with three judges, to assist the monitoring of their implementation. The ad hoc committee is meant to…

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Justiciability of ‘implicit’ rights: Developments on the right to a healthy environment at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

On 6 February 2020, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR) issued a landmark judgment on the protection of environmental rights as directly justiciable (original in Spanish). For the first time, the IACtHR found state responsibility for violations of the right to a healthy environment, adequate food, water and cultural identity. Such responsibility was based on article…

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