- Adjunct researchers, Access to Justice , School of Social Sciences and Government
- Access to Justice, School of Social Sciences and Government , Tecnológico de Monterrey
"My challenge is to achieve the credibility of the law through analysis and effective proposals to solve social conflicts." Josefina Cortés Campos' area of specialty is administrative law. Through this area, she focuses on regulated sectors that, due to their economic and social importance, are especially interesting not only for the study of law but also for other areas, such as economics and public policy. To be able to have a positive impact on the solution of social problems is something she is passionate about. As a matter of fact, through legal design and consultancy, as well as academic activities, she has taken part in the design of normative solutions to social problems. From her professional experience, her collaboration with the Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación, the Consejo de la Judicatura Federal, the Senado de la República and the Comisión Federal de Competencia Económica are outstanding. Derecho administrativo y sector eléctrico is one of her published works. Here, she analyzes how the proposal to restructure Mexico's electricity sector has revealed deep and ancient political disagreements, which is why the presence of over 30 legislative projects related to the restructuring of the electricity sector reflects not only the complexity of reaching a political agreement but the lack of a united vision regarding this sector.
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