Prof. Fernando J. Loayza Jordán

Prof. Fernando J. Loayza Jordán

Associate Professor

BB.L. ( Pontificia Universidad Catolica Del Peru);

LL. M. (Yale Law School);

J.S.D. Candidate (Yale Law School)

Fernando is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Yale Law School. 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, Spain; International Taxation and Transfer Pricing at the Leiden University, Netherlands; and US Law at the Columbia Law School Summer Program.

He has authored several papers in prestigious Law Reviews and chapters in books on a wide variety of legal and policy issues. He has served as a Lecturer at PUCP and the Universidad del Pacífico in courses related to Taxation and the interaction between Economics and Law. His research areas include Constitutional Law, Taxation, Law and Political Economy, Public Policy, and Law & Economics.

He started his career in private practice, working for several years in tax consulting for BigLaws and for PwC, where he became a Senior Manager. After leaving PwC, he worked as an independent consultant on tax and policy issues and for the Tax Justice Network as a researcher. He is currently focusing on his academic work at Yale Law School, where he has served as a Tutor in Law and is serving as a Lecturer of the Yale Young Global Scholars Program, and as a Senior Advisor of the Yale Society of International Law. He was also awarded the 2022 Teaching Innovation Project (TIP) Grant by the Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning to build strategies to connect university classrooms with grassroots social leaders.