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ELENA DE LUIS GARCIA
PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Knowledge area: PROCEDURAL LAW
Department: Administrative and Procedural Law
Despacho 3D03, Facultad de Derecho, Universitat de València, Av. Los Naranjos, s/n, 46022 Valencia.
(9616) 25631
Biography

Assistant professor in Procedural Law Department. Degree in Law and in Business Administration (University of Valencia, 2009),  Executive Master in Business Law (Centro de Estudios Garrigues, 2012), Master's Degree in Human Rights, Democracy and International Justice (University of Valencia, 2014) and PhD in Law (University of Valencia, 2018).

Her current research focuses on procedural mechanisms for the protection of human rights, both judicial and extrajudicial, an area in which the study on the protection of environmental rights through the criminal justice system should be highlighted. She has also worked on other aspects related to procedural rights and guarantees, such as the right to defence, the right to appeal or the admissibility of witness evidence, among others. She has been visiting researcher in the following centres: Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg), Centre for Environmental and Global Justice (Northumbria University), Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (University of Oslo), International Association Human Rights Institute (London).

Member of the MEDARB research group at the University of Valencia and Head of the Criminal Procedural Law Section of the Ibero-American Law Institute. She has participated in several research projects, including Prometeo GVA 2018/111 "Claves de la justicia civil y penal en la sociedad del miedo" and Prometeo GVA 2014/081 "ADR y Justicia: ¿'Glocalización o glocalización?".

Subjects taught and teaching methods
Tutorials
First semester
Wednesday de 12:30 a 14:00. DESPACHO 3D03
First semester
Thursday de 12:30 a 14:00. DESPACHO 3D03
Observations
You participate in the electronic tutoring program of the Universitat de València
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Other publications
Stays abroad in Research Centers
Lectures