Sebastian Abad Jara


Sebastian Abad Jara holds an LLM in international law from the University of Cambridge. He is a researcher for different NGOs, and he was previously a managing Law Clerk at the Constitutional Court of Ecuador. His interests include the decolonisation of law, the interrelation between constitutional and international law, and business and human rights.

Recently Published

Military Courts and Human Rights Violations in Brazil from the Perspective of the Inter-American Human Rights System

The Supreme Federal Court of Brazil will soon rule (under a constitutional review case called Ação Direta de Inconstitucionalidade no. 5032, commonly referred to as ADI 5032) whether members of the armed forces that commit crimes against civilians during peacetime should be tried before civilian or military courts. This judgment is critical for Brazil, a country…

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