He is currently Professor of Private International Law at the Public University of Navarra (1997), where he was Vice-Rector for European Convergence and Institutional Relations (2003-2007). He has given numerous courses and lectures in his speciality, as well as in Spanish institutions, in universities and centres in Cuba, Chile, Moldova, Colombia, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Japan, Brazil, USA, Ecuador, France, Venezuela, Andorra and Italy. His research has resulted in several books, including two monographs, as well as his participation in several commentaries on different legal texts -one of them a commentary on the Civil Code in which he collaborates with the Magistrates of the 1st Chamber of the Supreme Court-, and several dozen articles.
He has drafted various reports and opinions for public and private entities on matters within his speciality: international contracts in energy and insurance matters, the impact of public coercive measures, enforcement of foreign decisions, etc.
He is the scientific editor of three books. He is also co-author of a collection of legal texts on private international law.
Achmea ruling: Is this the beginning of the end for European investment arbitration?
THE EUROPEAN UNION IMPOSES THE FIRST SANCTIONS ON VENEZUELA
Clarifying the ‘Rosneft’ ruling
THE EU-CANADA TRADE AGREEMENT: AN IMMINENT CHALLENGE FOR EUROPEAN COMPANIES.
THE INFLUENCE OF THE RULE OF LAW IN IRAN
EU sanctions on Russia: Europe’s third economic recession at stake
THE EUROPEAN UNION EXPANDS SANCTIONS ON RUSSIA FOR ‘DESTABILISING’ UKRAINE
Russia sanctions over Ukraine of no use
EU sanctions against Russia are inconsistent
EU sanctions on Iran remain in place with some exceptions
Inconsistency of EU sanctions imposed on certain Russian nationals over events in Crimea.