Martín Haissiner

Martín HaissinerMartín Haissiner is a criminal law attorney and law professor in his home country, Argentina. In 2018-2019, he was a Fulbright Scholar, time in which he completed his LL.M. at Yale Law School. He is now pursuing a J.S.D at the same institution. 

Martín teaches both graduate and post-graduate courses at Universidad de Buenos Aires and Universidad de San Andrés. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association and is the director of the Criminal Area of the Argentine Federal Association of Legal Bars (FACA). He is also a researcher and member of the academic counsel at the Law and Neurosciences Institute (INEDE).

His academic interests lie at the intersection of criminal law and criminal procedural law. He focuses on issues around legitimacy, procedural justice, criminal forbearance and legal philosophy. He currently intends to study whether voluntary legal-compliance might be influenced by the way in which prosecutorial offices in different countries decide and communicate which laws to enforce and which ones not to. 

Doctoral Committee

Professor Tom Tyler (chair), Robert Post (reader) and Issa Kohler-Hausmann (reader)


Abogado (UBA)

LL.M. (Yale)

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