Enrique Vallines García

Enrique Vallines García

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enrique.vallines@mpi.lu

Enrique Vallines García is a Senior Research Fellow.

He obtained his Degree in Law (1997) and his Ph.D. in Procedural Law (2003, summa cum laude and Extraordinary Award) at the Complutense University of Madrid, after having studied different courses at the University of Comillas and the University College Dublin. He started teaching and researching in the field of procedural law (both civil and criminal) in 1998. In 2008, he became tenured Associate Professor (Profesor Titular) of Procedural Law at the Complutense University of Madrid. He has been involved in several research projects dealing with the ‘harmonization of civil procedure in the EU’ and ‘judicial cooperation in criminal matters within the EU’, among other topics. His publications cover various areas such as ‘access to information and evidence’, ‘evaluation of evidence and burden of proof’, ‘preclusion and res judicata’, ‘the pre-trial conference in civil proceedings’, ‘European joint investigation teams’ and ‘impartiality and independence of jurors and of persons entrusted with ADR proceedings’. He has also worked as an of-counsel consultant for two law firms in Madrid. His current research interests include comparative procedural law, European procedural law and legal theory on justice systems and procedure.

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