foto Maria Gonzalez Marimon
PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Department: International Law 'Adolfo Miaja de la Muela'
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Currently, she is Assistant Professor Doctor of Private International Law at the University of Valencia. Previously, she was Researcher in Training at the University of Valencia and beneficiary of the Scholarship for the Training of University Professor of the Spanish Ministry of Universities (FPU 2017).

PhD in Law from the University of Valencia (cum Laude). Double Degree Program in Law and Political Science at the University of Valencia, with extraordinary prize in both degrees. Official Master's Degree in Law, Business and Justice from the same University, also with an extraordinary prize, as well as the Master's Degree in Access to the Legal Profession of the UNED. Subsequently, Doctoral Program in Law, Political Science and Criminology of the University of Valencia.

Author of several publications, contributions in Congresses and seminars, related to Private International Law on family matters, as well as collaboration in the organization of International Congresses. Highlighting, among them, the book “Menor y responsabilidad parental en la Unión Europea” (“Children and Parental Responsibility in the European Union”), published in 2021 by the publisher Tirant Lo Blanch. Likewise, teacher of the compulsory degree subject of Private International Law. Additionally, it should be highlighted the participation in research projects such as the European Action Grant Project "MiRI – Minor's Right to Information in civil actions – Improving children's right to information in cross-border civil cases".

Finally, she has been beneficiary of different scholarships for stays abroad, such as the four-month research stay at the University Paris II Phanteon-Assas, under the supervision of Profa. Sabine Corneloup or the Max Planck Society, in cooperation with the Lindemann Foundation, Scholarships 2022 for International Reasearchers. Likewise, winner of the XXII Manuel Broseta Pont University Legal Studies Award.", Manuel Broseta Pont Foundation.

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