MARTÍ, JOSE LUIS
Josep Lluís Martí has been a tenured lecturer of Philosophy of Law at Pompeu Fabra University since 2008. He holds a bachelor's degree in Law (1997) and PhD in Political and Social Sciences (2004) by the same university. He has been coordinator of the advanced master's degree in Legal Sciences (2010-2016) and of the master's degree in European and Global Law (2016-2017), and a member of the Internal Committee for the Ethical Review of Projects (CIREP) and the Electoral Board of the University. He has been principal investigator of a Recercaixa project on "Democratic culture and new forms of citizen participation" (2013-2016), and is currently a principal co-investigator of a research project of the National R&D&I Plan on "Justice, legitimacy and global institutions" (2016-2019). He is co-editor of the journal Law, Ethics and Philosophy (LEAP). He has been Laurance S. Rockefeller Fellow of the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University (2008-2009) and a visiting professor at the University of Richmond (2014).
Currently, Josep Lluís Martí leads a multidisciplinary research project entitled Global Democracy Project, which studies ways of democratizing global and international institutions, and the development of legitimate spaces of global governance. His other main lines of research include republicanism, the theory of deliberative democracy and new technologies at the service of citizen participation.