Roberto Saba obtained his Law Degree (JD) at Buenos Aires University and his Masters (LLM) and Doctor (JSD) Degrees at Yale Law School.
He has been active in civil society as well as in academic life. He was the co-founder and Executive Director of the Association for Civil Rights (an organization inspired in the American ACLU) between 2000 and 2009. He was also Executive Director of Citizen Power Foundation, Transparency International's Chapter in Argentina (1995-1998). He was Dean of Palermo University School of Law (Buenos Aires, 2009-2016).
Roberto is currently Constitutional Law Professor at Buenos Aires University and at Palermo University Law Schools. He runs the Graduate Department at this last institution. He has published on freedom of expression, freedom of information, discrimination, equal treatment, judicial review and civil rights among several other topics. His last book is titled "Más allá de la igualdad formal ante la ley" (Beyond formal equality under the law), Siglo XXI, Buenos Aires, 2016.
Modelling reform strategies for open contracting in low and middle income countries
- public procurement
- open contracting
Afghanistan: Overview of corruption and anti-corruption with a focus on development assistance
Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- country profile
- anti-corruption legislation
- petty corruption
OVERVIEW OF PRACTICES FOR THE COLLECTION OF CORRUPTION DATA AND STATISTICS IN EU MEMBER STATES
- data collection
GOOD PRACTICE IN ACCESS TO INFORMATION LAWs
- access to information
Palermo University School of Law (Argentina) and Buenos Aires University School of Law
Professor. Master (LL.M. and J.S.D., Yale Law School)
- Social accountability
- Human rights
- Law enforcement
- Rule of law
- Urban issues
- Political finance
Access to information; Freedom of speech; Constitutional law; Control of corruption; Judicial reform; Citizens’ participation