We are pleased to announce an upcoming event jointly organised with Faculdade de Direito from Universidade Católica Portuguesa. The "Academic Research in the 21st Century: Law and Economics" workshop will take place on June 2nd.
This engaging and informative event aims to explore key aspects of contemporary academic research in Law and Economics.
The workshop will consist of two sessions, each featuring distinguished speakers and renowned discussants. This event promises to be a valuable platform for academia, fostering insightful exchanges and promoting advancements in the field of Law and Economics.
Nuno Garoupa will present his co-authored research on the regulation of the legal profession. He will address how far the deregulation of legal markets – such as the new rules on nonlawyer ownership of law firms - has altered how legal services are delivered and will provide recommendations regarding how legal markets may better serve the public.
Nuno Garoupa will reflect on his research journey throughout the years. He will provide fruitful advice on how to select a journal/review, how to increase the chances of getting a proposal published, and also how to deal with the inevitable drawbacks of research.
About Nuno Garoupa
Nuno Garoupa is Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development & Faculty Director of Graduate Studies at George Mason University (USA). He received his PhD in Economics from the University of York (UK) and also holds an LLM from the University of London (UK).
He has a long established research interest in the economics of law and legal institutions, empirical legal studies, and comparative judicial politics.
He has served as Member of the Executive Board of the American Society for Comparative Law (2021-2023), President of the Spanish Association of Law and Economics (2017-2021), Vice-President of the European Association of Law and Economics (2004-2007), Member of the Boards of the International Society for New Institutional Economics (2006-2009) and of the Latin America and Caribbean Law and Economics Association (2009-2011), and as co-editor of the Review of Law and Economics (2004-2010), International Review of Law and Economics (2012-2020), and the Cambridge Elements in Law, Economics and Politics (2020-2021). He has been awarded the Spanish Julián Marías Research Prize (2010).