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About katia fach gómez

Katia Fach Gómez teaches Conflict of Laws, International Arbitration and International Business Transactions at the University of Zaragoza (Spain). She was Adjunct Professor at Fordham University (New York), Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School (NY), and Pre- and Post-Doctoral Grantee at the Max-Planck Institut (Germany). She has also lectured at numerous European and Latin American Universities (in Germany, France, Czech Republic, Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala, Chile, Colombia and Peru). She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Zaragoza, holds a European Ph.D. summa cum laude in International Environmental Law, and an LL.M. summa cum laude from Fordham University. Member of various European, national (DER 2012-36806 -Subprograma JURI) and regional Research Projects (e-Procofis S 14/3 DGA), she is author of several books and book chapters. Her articles have appeared in a number of international peer-reviewed law reviews -such as Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy, Law and Business Review of the Americas, Swiss Yearbook of Private International Law, Zeitschrift für Gemeinschaftprivatrecht and Rabels Zeitschrift für internationales und europäisches Recht-, and she is also external reviewer of a number of international legal journals. Admitted to the Spanish bar, she has been involved in various international litigation and arbitration cases in USA and Europe, and has chaired several panels at the Consumer Arbitration Court of Zaragoza. She has been Executive Director of the Excellence Campus at the University of Zaragoza, and served various times as scientific expert for the European Commission and foreign funding agencies.
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Scientific keywords: Agency contracts, Comparative Law, Corporate social responsibility, Cultural heritage, Developing countries, Doctoral training, EU Law, EU Research policy, Environmental law, Excellence Campus, Freedom and security of Europe and its citizens, Global challenges, Global law, Human rights, Innovative and inclusive societies, International Universities, International arbitration, International business transactions, International contracts, International cooperation, International investments, Latin America, Legal English/Legal Spanish, Legal education, Mediation/ADR, Moots, Non-State actors, Private International Law, Program monitoring and evaluation, Scientific proposal´s evaluation, Teaching methodologies, Torts.


Present Faculty Member, University of Zaragoza