The unit University of Granada is composed by experts and scholars of Constitutional and Public Law.
Enrique José Guillén López
Director of the Department of Constitutional Law of the University of Granada and Secretary of the official Master of the Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Granada “Derecho Constitucional Europeo”, expert on European constitutionalism and fundamental rights.
Adoración Galera Victoria
Secretary of the Department of Constitutional Law of the University of Granada, expert on the models of territorial decentralisation of power, globalisation and multilevel constitutionalism, equality between women and men, European social model, European constitutional law.
Antonio Pérez Miras
Junior Lecturer at the Department of Constitutional Law of the University of Granada. Coordinator of the UGR Team of the JUST-PARENT Project. Manager of the Jean Monnet Project “The Constitutional Bases of Europe: Towards the European Citizens” (EUCONS). Accademic Coordinator of the Double Degree of Law UGR (Granada)-UJML3 (Lyon, France). Ph.D. in Constitutional Law at the University of Bologna (2012) and Master in Health Law, Bioethics and Right to Health in the EU at the University of Granada (2013). He has also taught at the Faculty of Law (ICADE) of the Comillas Pontificial University of Madrid, the European University of Madrid and the University of Vigo. He was a Visiting Professor at PUCRS (Brazil) and made a research stay at Harvard University (MA, USA). His main research lines are Health Law, Federalism and Fundamental Rigths.
Post-doctoral researcher of Constitutional Law in the University of Granada. Ph.D. of Constitutional Law in the University of Granada and the University of Naples Parthenope. In this latter, he was contract professor of Constitutional Law (2021-2022). During his academic training, he studied in the Law Schools of the University of Naples Federico II and of the University of Salamanca (Erasmus project). His main research subjects refer to protection of rights, environment, and constitutional justice.
Luis Fernando Martínez Quevedo
Pre-doctoral contract (FPU) and PhD student in the Department of Constitutional Law at the University of Granada. Graduated in Law and with a Master’s degree in “Fundamental Rights in national, supranational and global perspective”. His main research topics include the legal sphere of minors and the best interests of the child.