Fernando Loayza Jordán is a J.S.D. candidate at Yale Law School, where he is also serving as a Tutor in Law. He holds a Master of Laws degree from the Yale Law School and a Law degree from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), where he graduated summa cum laude. He also studied Taxation in the PUCP LL.M. Program; Public Policy and Taxation at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra; International Taxation and Transfer Pricing at the Leiden University; and US Law at the Columbia Law School Summer Program.
He started his career in private practice, working several years in tax consulting. After leaving private practice, he worked as an independent consultant in tax and policy issues, and for the Tax Justice Network as a researcher. He has served as a Lecturer at PUCP and the Universidad del Pacífico, in courses related to Taxation and Economics and Law.
He has authored several law reviews articles and chapters in books on a wide variety of legal and policy issues. His thesis dissertation explores the interaction between the political economy of economic constitutions and the limits of liberal democracy and his research areas include Constitutional Law, Taxation, Law and Political Economy, Public Policy, and Law & Economics.
Daniel Markovits (chair), Amy Kapczynski, and Samuel Moyn
LL.M., Yale Law School (2020)
LL.B., Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (2016)