2010-2011 Visiting Researchers
Demetrio Castro (spain)
Demetrio Castro is a Professor at the Sociology Department, Universidad Publica de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain where he teaches Political Science and History of the Political Thought. An Intellectual historian, he is author of “Burke Circunstancia Politica y Pensamiento (2007) and a new work about Robespierre due out in 2010. He is currently working on French anticlerical laws in early Twentieth-century.
Patricia Lamo de Espinosa (spain)
Patricia Lamo de Espinosaholds a Ph.D. from the Polytechnic University of Madrid as well as Master in Business Law from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. She is an Advisor in the Economic Department of the Spanish Defensor del Pueblo (Ombudsman) providing technical legal advice on tax matters. From 2006-2009 she was a lecturer at Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Agrónomos de Madrid specializing in Law and Agricultural Institutions and Public Law.
Javier Martínez Rosado (spain)
Javier Martínez Rosadois a full Professor of Commercial Law at the Complutense University in Madrid. He is author of the book “Retention of title Clauses in Bankruptcy” which was published in 2005. At the IGLP his research focuses on the enforcement of shareholders´ agreements in corporations. Javier earned a PhD from Complutense University in 2002.
Maria Luisa Gomez Jimenez (spain)
Maria Luisa Gomez Jimenez is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Malaga (Spain). He current research focuses on legal administrative aspects regarding the public intervention on housing in the US and Spain in the aftermath of the economic crisis.
Patricia Lampreave (spain)
Patricia Lampreave is a Professor of Tax Law at the University Complutense, Madrid. Her main areas of research are EU law and international tax law. Her research at the IGLP centers on her forthcoming paper “The US Codification of the Economic Substance Doctrine”. She has a law degree from I.C.A.D.E University, a maîtrise in International and European Law from the Université de Lovain and a PhD in Tax Law from the University Complutense.
Fernando Rodriguez (spain)
Fernando Rodriguez is a PhD candidate at the Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia in Spain focusing on constitutional law. His thesis seeks to examine the protection of fundamental rights on the Internet. He earned an LLB from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 2007.
Isidoro Casanueva (spain)
Isidoro Casanueva is a practicing lawyer as well an associate professor of private law at the Universidad de Extremadura (Spain). In addition, he is an Academic Correspondent at the Spanish Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation. His research interests include Anglo-Saxon and Continental Legal Categories, the relationship between law and economics, and European provate law. He recieived a PhD in law from Ph.D. from the Universidad de Extremadura in 2000.
Angles Lopez (spain)
Angles Lopez is Professor of Law and Philosophy at the Complutense University in Madrid since 1990. Her research at the IGLP focuses on constitutional principles and values. Professor Lopez holds a PhD in Law and Philosophy from the University of Murcia. (1984)
Pedro Tenorio Sanchez (spain)
Pedro Tenorio Sanchez is an associate professor of law at the Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia in Spain as well as a legal advisor to the Spanish Constitutional Court. During his stay at the IGLP he will be examining freedom of speech in the US and Spain. Pedro earned a PhD in Law from the University of Bologna (Italy).
Nan Lu (PR China)
Nan Lu is a PhD candidate of Jurisprudence at the Tsinghua University Law School in Beijing. His research examines human rights in the perspective of legal globalization. Nan received an MD of Jurisprudence from Tsinghua University in 2007.