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PDI Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Department: International Law 'Adolfo Miaja de la Muela'
Edificio Departamental Central - Despacho 3A01 Área de Derecho Internacional Privado Departamento de Derecho Internacional "Adolfo Miaja de la Muela" Facultat de Dret - Universitat de València Avenida Los Naranjos, s/n 46022 - Valencia (España)
(9638) 28671

Valencia, 1986. Pablo Quinzá Redondo is Lecturer of Private international law at the Universitat de València. He holds a degree in Law (2010) and Business Management and Administration (2010), a Master’s degree in Corporate Law (2012) and he is Doctor in Law by the Faculty of Law of the Universitat de València (2015). Author of several articles in national and international journals. His areas of knowledge are International Private Law regarding family and succession and Interregional Law. He has completed research stays in the  Max Planck Institute for Comparative and international private law of Hamburg (2012, 2013 and 2014), the Utrecht University (2013), the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2014), the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (2015), the University of Mainz (2016) and the Institute of advanced legal studies-University of Cambridge (2018).

Subjects taught and teaching methods
35226 - International private lawTheoretical-Practical
35229 - Degree Final projectWork end of studies
42569 - Professional practice 2Prácticum
44553 - Sources and methodologySeminars, Practices, Theory
44554 - Sources and methodology: fundamentals of researchSeminars, Practices, Theory
44564 - Master's final projectWork end of studies
First semester
Tuesday de 09:30 a 12:30. DESPACHO 3A01
Second semester
Monday de 09:30 a 12:30. DESPACHO 3A01
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