Professor David C. Baluarte joined Washington and Lee as an Assistant Clinical
Professor of Law in 2013. Professor Baluarte is the Director of the Immigrant Rights
Clinic, a semester long practical lawyering experience available to 3L students at
W&L as part of the third-year curriculum. Through live representation of immigrant
clients, Professor Baluarte teaches students about the lawyering skills, values, and
knowledge necessary to succeed in the legal profession. Professor Baluarte teaches and
writes about topics ranging from immigration, refugees and stateless persons, and
transnational law with a specific focus on international human rights law and practice.



News from the Regional Human Rights Systems, Human Rights Brief (2003)



Reparations in the Inter-American System: A Comparative Approach (with Ignacio Alvarez, Carlos Ayala, Agustina Del Campo, Santiago A. Canton, Dean Claudio Grossman, Darren Hutchinson, Pablo Jacoby, Viviana Krsticevic, Elizabeth Abi-Mershed, Fernanda Nicola, Diego Rodríguez-Pinzón, Francisco Quintana, Sergio Garcia Ramirez, Alice Riener, Frank La Rue, Dinah Shelton, Ingrid Nifosi Sutton, and Armstrong Wiggins), American University Law Review (2007)