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  ESTEVE GONZALEZ, LYDIA

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ESTEVE GONZALEZ, LYDIA

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Current professional activity

Position:
PROFESOR/A TITULAR UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
FILOSOFIA DEL DERECHO Y DERECHO INTERN.
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Academic background

  • Licenciatura en Derecho.
    Universidad de Alicante. (01/01/1998)
  • DOCT. ORD.JURDCO.ESPAñOL EN EL MARCO DE NTRA. CONSTIT. Y DE LA COM.INTERNA
    Centro de Estudios de Doctorado y Posgrado (03/02/1996)
  • Doctorado en Derecho.
    Universidad de Alicante. (01/01/1996)
  • Licenciatura con grado.
    Universidad de Alicante. (01/01/1990)

She has a degree and a PhD in Law from the University of Alicante (UA), where since 2001 she has been a tenured professor of private international law. She is specialized in mediation and conflict resolution, from the University of Berkeley, California, USA. She has been director of the Immigration and International Legal Clinic of the UA Law School since 2017 and since July 1999 visiting professor at the University of California (USA), where she collaborates at the University of Berkeley, with the Legal Clinic "New Business Counseling Practicum", aimed at Law and Business Administration students, to advise emerging businesses ("start-up businesses"). She is Academic director since 2002 of the UAIPIT project (University of Alicante Intellectual Property and Information Technology Project) www.uaipit.com, aimed at research in the field of international settlement of civil, commercial, intellectual and industrial property disputes and alternative methods of conflict resolution (MASC/ADR). She has directed numerous postgraduate courses in immigration, international family and international and intercultural mediation, at the UA, General Foundation, Business School (since 2005). She has been co-responsible for the UNESCO Chair of copyright and related rights at the UA (2002-2018) and author of several publications on private international law and alternative methods of conflict resolution (MASC/ADR). She is a trainer of mediators in international and intercultural fields in various national and foreign postgraduate courses, Chambers of Commerce, Professional Colleges (lawyers, doctors, architects, solicitors, engineers, real estate agents) and Intellectual Property Offices, in various countries of America, collaborating with the Center for Mediation and Arbitration of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in the training of mediators. She is a member of the Spanish Association of Professors of International Law and International Relations and participates in various projects and research groups, such as: R&D Project "Digital Justice for cross-border issues", PID2021-126056OA-I00, Department of Philosophy of Law and Private International Law. University of Alicante; and the R+D+i project “The right to respect for cross-border family life in a complex Europe: open questions and practical problems”, PID2020-113061GB-I00, financed by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033. Castilla La Mancha University.