I am a Ramon y Cajal researcher at Pompeu Fabra Law School and an affiliated Professor at the Escola Superior de Comerç Internacional of Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
My research combines the study of legal issues, particularly in private law, from an economics perspective. I focus on contracts, torts - specially product liability - and wills. I am also interested in European law and on European Economic integration. My research of the law draws from the inputs provided by microeconomics and macroeconomics.
I hold a Juris Science Doctor (J.S.D) and a Masters in Laws (LLM) from Cornell Law School, a B.A. in Law and a B.A. in Economics by Universitat Pompeu Fabra. I have been a visiting professor of Brooklyn Law School, the Institut für Wirtschaftsrecht at Kassel Universität, the Montenegro University Economics Department and Law School, the University of Trento Law School and the Center for South African studies of the University of Western Cape. I also served as a law clerk for the Presiding Judge Hon. Edwin H. Stern, Presiding Judge of the New Jersey Appellate Division of the New Jersey Judiciary.
I am admitted to practice law in Spain (Barcelona BAR number 39954) and in New York (NY BAR number 4775474).
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JSD, Cornell Law School
LLM, Cornell Law School
Law Degree, UPF
BA Economics, UPF
BA Music, Conservatory of Barcelona
Ramon y Cajal Researcher, UPF Law School
Affiliated Professor of International Economics, ESCI-UPF
Principal Investigator, UPF, for Fundamental Rights in Courts and Regulation (FricoRe) (JUST/2017/Action Grant)