University of León

León, Spain

Partner 15 (ULEON)

The University of León was formally established in 1979, although some of its present sections trace their origins back over 150 years. Approximately 16,000 students follow courses in their two campuses, Vegazana and Ponferrada. The University of León offers a range of degree courses in a total of 50 different subject areas. Over thirty different departments undertake teaching and research work. Although it is a new institution, the University of León maintains high standards in both research and teaching.
 
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Dr. Agustín José Menéndez

Agustín José Menéndez leads WP 7 - The Political Economy of the European Union. He is Ramón y Cajal Researcher at the the Department of Basic Public Law of the University of León and visiting fellow at the Center of Political and Constitutional Studies (CEPC) in Madrid. He is also part time senior researcher at ARENA – Centre for European Studies at the University of Oslo. He holds an LLM in legal theory from the Facultées Universitaires Saint Louis and Katholieke Universiteit Brussel and a PhD from the European University Institute Florence. He has work experience from the Legal Aid Service of the Autonomous Region of Madrid and the Courts of First Instance in Madrid, and as lecturer at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The main research fields of Dr. Menéndez are European constitutional law, European social and tax policy, legal theory and the theoretical basis for fiscal law.

RECON participation: WP 2 and WP 7 (leader)

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Fernando Losada Fraga

Fernando Losada Fraga is PhD student at the Instituto Ortega y Gasset (Madrid) and research assistant at the Universidad de León (attached to the ESF research project 'Building EU’s social constituency'). He has studied Community Law at the Universidad San Pablo-CEU (Madrid) and Universidad Complutense (Madrid). Losada Fraga also holds a 'DESUP en Études juridiques, politiques et économiques de l’Union Européenne' from Université Paris I – Pantéon Sorbonne. His PhD project focuses on models of European Union governance. Further research interests are EU law and institutions, constitutionalisation of the EU and the creation of a European public sphere.

RECON participation: WP 2 and WP 7

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Raul Letelier Wartenberg 

Raul Letelier Wartenberg is Master in Public Law and PhD student in Administrative Law at the University Carlos III of Madrid. He is professor of Administrative Law at the University of Magallanes, Chile and Attorney of the Chilean State. He holds the Diploma of the Center of Political and Constitutional Studies in Madrid and the Diploma of the European Public Law Center in Greece. Letelier Wartenberg has conducted research in the fields of State Liability and General Theory of Administrative Law.

RECON participation: WP 7

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Flavia Carbonell 

Flavia Carbonell is MA in Public Law and PhD student at University Carlos III in Madrid. She is Bachelor of Law from University of Concepción, Chile and has been a teaching assistant in the area of Theory and Philosophy of Law at University of Concepción and Temuco, Chile. Carbonell obtained the Diploma on Political and Constitutional studies at the Center for Political and Constitutional Studies in Madrid, and a Specialization in Legal Argumentation at the University of Alicante. She has conducted research in the fields of legal reasoning of constitutional courts, and in other areas of legal theory and constitutional law.

RECON participation: WP 2

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