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Teresa Armenta Deu
Guillermo Ormazabal Sánchez
Susana Oromí Vall-llovera
Carles Palacio Cebriá
María Jesús Gutiérrez del Moral
Carolina Fons Rodríguez
Marco Maria Scoletta
Francesco Viganò
Victoria Berzosa Franco
Cristina Sala Donado
Sílvia Pereira Puigvert
Luca Lupária
Antonio Rodrigo Mortera Díaz
María Félix Tena Aragón
Eduardo A. Donna
Geraldo Luiz Mascarenhas Prado
Natalia Barbero
Soraya Amrani Mekki
Raphaële Parizot
Sergi Corominas Bach
Mª Pía Calderón Cuadrado
Teresa Arruda Alvim Wambier
Lorenzo M. Bujosa Vadell
Virginia Pardo Iranzo
Anibal Quiroga Leon
Ma. Cristina Chiabra Valera
Coral Arangüena Fanego
José Luís Linares Pineda
Elena Burgoa Arenales
Teresa Pizarro Beleza
Frederico de Lacerda da Costa Pinto
Sophía Romero Rodríguez
Carina Gómez Fröde
Diego Palomo Vélez
Kai Ambos
Ezequiel Malarino
Pablo Galain Palermo
Giovanni F. Priori Posada
Francisco Verbic
Manuel-Jesús Cachón Cadenas
Santiago Pereira Campos
Rita Mill
Gustavo Badaró
Carlos Natarén
Raúl Núñez Ojeda
Dmitry Maleshin
Mariângela Tomé Lopes
Fernando Alday López Cabello
Daniel Pastor
Marcus Vinicius Furtado Coêlho
Agustina Patricia Alvarado Urízar
Antonio Rodrigo Mortera Díaz
Curriculum Vitae
He is a grant holder from the National Council for Science and Technology of Mexico (CONACYT) and Assistant Researcher of the same institution and of the Juridical Research Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

He has paid special attention to the study of the Mexican judicial system. He graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico in 2005, and obtained the Advanced Studies Diploma from the University of Girona in 2008. He is currently completing his doctorate degree in Procedural Criminal Law at the UofG.

He has also worked at the Institute of Juridical Research at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and at the Centre of Economic Teaching and Research, in research projects on the reform of the Mexican Process. He has written about the Criminal Procedural and Constitutional Process in Mexico, as well as Procedural reforms. He has carried out diverse research stays at the University of Milan (Università degli studi di Milano). (Diparttimento di scienze giuridiche ecclesiasticistiche, filosofico-sociologiche e penalistiche “Cesare Beccaria”), and he has taken doctorate courses at the University of Barcelona in Spain. He currently forms part of the group consolidated from the Government of Catalonia "Current issues of Procedural Law", at the University of Girona. He works on research material in Spanish, English and Italian.


Role

Completing his doctorate degree and he is a researcher at the University of Girona.




Research: Research Threads

Compared Criminal Procedural Law

Proxy of justice and judicial reforms

Mexican Procedural System

Theory of the Process and Procedural Methodology




Selected Publications

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