Mr. Boulin is a lawyer, specializing in Private Law at the University of Mendoza, Argentina. He holds an Administrative Law Master at Austral University School of Law in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Human Rights Program at the Washington College of Law, at American University in Washington DC.
He has worked at the Organization of American States, in the Democratic and Political Affairs Department and the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights. He was also granted a scholarship from the Bolsa de Comercio de Mendoza. He has also served as an advisor at the Ministry of Production, Technology and Innovation of the Province of Mendoza.
Mr. Boulin has extensive experience on international human rights litigation, taking active part in cases in Argentina, Mexico, Guatemala and Chile, related to complex problems that arise in current democracies.
In the academic field he is a Professor of Public Law at the School of Economics, of Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Mendoza. He has lectured in Universities of Argentina and México, and has been a guest lecturer at the Summer Program of International Human Rights, University of Valparaíso Law School, Indiana.
He has several publications which have been cited by, among other, the National Electoral Chamber of Argentina.