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Together, our expert faculty exposes students to real-world scenarios, while providing access to current research drawn from multiple industries, jurisdictions and continents.
Faculty members frequently publish the results of their research in books, academic journal articles, case studies and working papers. Through their participation in lectures, conferences and symposiums, alongside collaboration with other global institutions, our professors are constantly contributing to the academic prestige of IE Law School.
FEATURE MEMBERS OF OUR FACULTY
Harry Radzyner Law School
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
Partner Compliance at Eversheds Sutherland.
B20 Integrity & Compliance Taskforce Member
Professor at IE University, Jean Monnet Chair of European Civil Procedure and International Arbitrator
Assistant Professor at IE Law School
Counsel at Sidley Austin LLP
Global Policy Lead for Digital and AI Ethics at Facebook
Of Counsel at Cooley LLP
Managing Associate at Linklaters
Professor of Law at Texas A&M University School of Law
Partner at Elzaburu SLP
Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills
Chief Legal Officer at PRISA Radio
Tax Attorney at Baker McKenzie
Assistant Professor at IE University
Professor at IE University.
Letrado at Consejo de Estado
Partner at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo
Assistant Professor at IE University
Secretary General at CIAM (Centro Internacional de Arbitraje de Madrid)
Partner at LFR Disputes Resolution
Professor at NYU Law School.
Senior Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard
Co-founder and Director at Ethosfera
Counsel at Uría Menéndez
Assistant Professor at IE University.
Research Fellow at Stanford University
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The Pérez-Llorca/IE Commercial Law Chair analyzes the constitutional doctrine and the annulment of arbitration awards
In their most recent seminar, the Pérez-Llorca/IE Commercial Law Chair analyzed the recent constitutional doctrine relating to the annulment of arbitration awards, regarding the concept of public policy.
The conference was opened by Soledad Atienza, Dean of IE Law School, and moderated by Silvia de Paz, Litigation and Arbitration lawyer at Pérez-Llorca. The speakers were Cándido Conde-Pumpido, Magistrate of the Constitutional Court; Ana Serra e Moura, Deputy Secretary General of the International Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Master of Laws (LL.M.) professor in the field of International Dispute Resolution; and Ignacio Santabaya, Litigation and Arbitration Partner at Pérez-Llorca and professor at IE Law School.
Cándido Conde-Pumpido began by outlining fundamental clauses from the recent Constitutional Court rulings 46/2020 of June 15, and 17/2021 of February 15, stipulating the annulment of arbitration awards. These have led to the consolidation of the jurisprudential doctrine on the subject. The magistrate explained the background that has given rise to this doctrine and, specifically, the line of case law adopted by the Madrid High Court of Justice on the annulment of awards. This laid the foundation for an extensive interpretation of the concept of public policy as a ground for annulment, going so far as to review the merits of arbitration awards.
22 Jul 2021Business and Corporate Law, Faculty, News
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The renewal of the Pérez-Llorca/IE Commercial Law Chair reinvigorates international research on commercial law
The renewal of the Pérez-Llorca/IE Commercial Law Chair reinforces the institutions’ combined commitment to legal research on commercial law ...
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Soledad Atienza named Dean of IE University’s Law School
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“Boss Ex Machina”: First Marie Curie Fellowship obtained by a researcher at IE Law School
Professor Antonio Aloisi has been awarded by the European Commission the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship for the project: BOSS EX MACHINA, ...
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