Imer B. Flores was Assistant Professor in the Law School in 1994 and became an Associate Professor-Researcher at the Legal Research Institute in 1996, where he got his tenure in 1999. He served as Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) in the Legal Research Institute (2001-2004) and as Academic Vice-Dean in the Law School (2002-2004). He has also been a Fulbright Scholar in Residence at Ramapo College of New Jersey (1999-2000), Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School (2000-2001), and Visiting Scholar at Houston University in the Honors College (2004). He holds law degrees from UNAM and a LLM from Harvard Law School.
Professor Flores teaches in areas of Constitutional Law (including Comparative Constitutional Law and Constitutional Theory) and Jurisprudence (including Legal Argumentation, Legal Philosophy and Legal Theory). His current research projects include Constitutionalism, Democracy, Jurisprudence, Legal Education and the Rule of Law, all subjects on which he has published numerous articles in legal journals and edited volumes.
Courses taught at CTLS
- Comparative and Transnational Constitutional Law (Spring 2012, Fall 2010)