About Edgardo Muñoz
My research addresses problems across a range of international business law topics. These include questions about international arbitration theory and practice, uniform contract law, comparative law, sports law and foreign investment law. I regularly publish articles in different peer-reviewed journals. I graduated in Mexico (Lic., Universidad Iberoamericana) and France (DEUF, Université Jean Moulin, Lyon III). I obtained a LL.M. from the University of Liverpool, UK, a second LL.M. from the University of California Berkeley, US and a Ph.D. degree summa cum laude from the University of Basel, Switzerland.
|Present||Course Leader, Swiss International Law School|
|Present||Professor of Law, Universidad Panamericana|
|Non-Academic Position, Berkeley Law|
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International Transactions & Sale of Goods (13)
Contribution to Book
Undestanding the CISG System of Remedies from the Latin American ...
CISG and Latin America: Regional and Global Perspectives (2016)
The Latin-American domestic laws’ system of remedies is evidently different to the unified approach deployed by the CISG. The Latin-American ...