antoniobarAntonio Bar Cendón is Professor of Constitutional Law (since 1989) and Jean Monnet Professor of Constitutional Law of the European Union (since 2004). His present position is at the Faculty of Law, University of Valencia, Spain, where he specialises in teaching and research on EU law and institutions. He studied Law and Political Science in the Universities of Santiago and Zaragoza, Spain (where he received his Doctorate in Law), in Harvard University, US, and in the European University Institute, Florence, Italy (where he was “Jean Monnet Fellow”).

He has held different academic positions in various Spanish Universities and has a broad international experience as a visiting scholar and guest lecturer in many foreign Universities and prestigious centres. These include the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA), Maastricht, NL, where he served seven years and held the position of Head of the Research Committee; the Institute for European Studies (IES), Brussels, where he served one year; Harvard University, US; University of Cambridge, UK; Universiteit Maastricht, NL; The Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Haifa University, Israel; Universidad de la Habana, Cuba; Chinese National School of Administration, Beijing, China; Texas A&M University, Texas; South Texas College of Law, Houston, US; Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brasil; and Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia.

He was also Vice-Rector of the University of Cantabria, Spain, and Director of the Department of Public Law. As a consultant, he has worked in numerous projects for the Spanish Government, the EU (European Parliament and European Commission), and the Council of Europe, in various European Countries and in the Middle East. His list of publications includes ten books and numerous articles on EU Law and institutions, Constitutional Law, and Political Science, published in Spanish, English, French, Italian, and Catalonian.

Profile and contact: Antonio Cendón

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