foto Patricia Llopis Nadal
PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Knowledge area: PROCEDURAL LAW
Department: Administrative and Procedural Law
Despacho 3C11
(9616) 25288

Patricia Llopis Nadal is Associate Professor (Lecturer) of Procedural Law at University of Valencia. She completed her Law Degree (2012), her LLM in European Law (2014) and her PhD in Law (2017) with honors at University of Valencia and was awarded the Academic Excellence Scholarship by the Valencian Government (Law graduate students, Year 2012).

Her research has been focused on supranational courts, copyrights legal protection, the protection of rights in the digital realm and judicial cooperation in criminal matters. In 2014, she was awarded with Manuel Broseta’s Prize for her research on legal protection of Fundamental Rights in Europe; in 2018, her research on copyrights protection against infringements on the Internet was awarded with Antonio Delgado’s Prize. As a result of her work as researcher, she has published two books as well as book chapters and papers in specialized reviews; besides, she has actively participated in national and international conferences. She has obtained grants funded through competitive tenders in order to complete her research at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law (four times) and at Paris-Sorbonne University. Furthermore, she has taken part in six research projects, five national-funded and one regional-funded, on class actions and efficiency, legal safeguards in criminal proceedings and rights legal protection in the digital environment.

She teaches Civil Procedural Law and Criminal Procedural Law at the Law School of the University of Valencia. She is also professor of the LLM in Criminology and Security, the LLM in Gender-based violence and the LLM in International and European studies. In 2015, she was part of the Programme in European Private Law for Postgraduates (PEPP), in 2016 she completed the International Legal English Diploma postgraduate course and since 2018 she has been teaching her subjects in English at the High-Performance groups of the University of Valencia. She is an active member of innovative teaching projects awarded by different Spanish universities; besides, since 2014 she is part of the UV-Moot Court group, coaching the teams in international competitions and sharing her experience in seminars. She was coordinator of the first and the second edition of the Summer School for Young Researchers organized by the Law School of the University of Valencia and since mars 2020 she is member and coordinator of the Inter-University Network for the Research and Teaching of Procedural Law in English.

Subjects taught and teaching methods
First semester
Wednesday de 09:30 a 12:30. DESPACHO 3C11
Second semester
Wednesday de 15:30 a 18:30. DESPACHO 3C11
You participate in the electronic tutoring program of the Universitat de València
Academic training
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Participations in Conferences
Participations in Conferences
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