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The Formation of Blockchain-based Smart Contracts in the Light of Contract Law
Are smart contracts marking the end of contract formation as we know it? In an event held by the Jean Monnet Module on Liability of Robots, top ...
12 Feb 2019Faculty
Professor Marina Aksenova receives the Paul Guggenheim Prize for her book Complicity in International Criminal Law
IE Law School´s Marina Aksenova, Professor of International Criminal Law and Director of the ARTIJ Initiative, received The Paul Guggenheim Prize in ...
01 Feb 2019Faculty
Two papers authored by Professor Giulio Allevato have been recently published
In the last book “Combating Tax Avoidance in the EU”, Professor Allevato analyses the main peculiarities, under a legal perspective, of the ...
28 Jan 2019Faculty
IE Law Professor´s Francisco Marcos articles among 100 best academic articles of Antitrust Law
Concurrences has chosen two of Professors Francisco Marcos articles among the 100 best academic articles of Antitrust Law published in 2018.
16 Jan 2019Faculty
Rethinking Constitutional Law
On December 17th, Professor Antonios Kouroutakis gave the lecture ʽRethinking Constitutional Law- at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. The ...
10 Jan 2019Faculty
10 Faculty winter reading recommendations
With the holiday break around the corner and looking ahead to 2019, it’s the perfect time of the year to curl up with a good book and a steaming ...
07 Dec 2018Faculty
Professor Kouroutakis participated in the evaluation of the anti-terrorism laws organized by the Commission Nationale Consultative des droits de l’Homme
On the occasion of the first anniversary of the law on internal security and fight against terrorism (SILT Law No. 2017-1510) and the official end of ...
06 Dec 2018Faculty
“Law and art can complement each other as they target different areas of the human psyche”
The Art and International Justice Initiative, Directed by Professor Marina Aksenova, is a hub connecting academics, legal practitioners, students and ...
23 Nov 2018Faculty
Art in the Practice of Reparations at the International Criminal Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Professor Marina Aksenova took part in the Workshop ‘Rethinking Reparations in International Law’ at Lauterpracht Centre in Cambridge where she ...
15 Nov 2018Faculty
Salomé Cisnal is named by Politico as one of the women shaping Brussels
Politico named Salomé Cisnal de Ugarte, Associate Professor of EU Competition Law at IE Law School, one of the 20 women who shape Brussels, a list ...
12 Nov 2018Faculty
Professor Antonios Kouroutakis appointed to the Advisory Board of the Center for United Nations Constitutional Research
Dr. Antonios Kouroutakis, Assistant Professor at IE Law School and IE University was appointed to the Advisory Board of the Center for United Nations ...
28 Aug 2018Faculty
Towards the Evolution of Laws Regulating International Aspects of IPOs
The past few years have seen considerable changes in the regulation of initial public offerings. However, legal uncertainty is generated by the lack ...
30 Jan 2018Faculty
The Prohibition of Single-Firm Market Abuses: US Monopolization versus EU Abuse of Dominance
This article looks at the commonalities and disparities in the rules against single-firm market abuses in the US and in the EU and their enforcement. ...
09 Jan 2018Faculty
Erika Pagano: “My greatest joy is seeing students realize their full potential”
Erika Pagano, Director of LawWithoutWalls, studies the impact of creativity and technology in the changing legal landscape. In this interview, she ...
20 Dec 2017Faculty