Sebastian Soltau Salazar
Research focuses on the study of the U.S. adversarial system as a model of reference, with the objective of writing a book in Spanish that Peruvian law school professors can use to teach trial advocacy skills to their students, regardless of the applicable Peruvian law (civil or criminal).
Luis Fernando Toribio Bernárdez
Research focuses on the study of the tax treatment of professional football players’ income, with particular attention to the most significant aspects on international taxation matters.
Jose Eloy Anzola
Research focuses on writing a report, both in English and Spanish, on the recent reforms made to the French Civil Code on the matters of obligations and contracts.
Miranda De Meo
Research particularly interested in the phenomenon of “Land Grabbing” in South America and the cultural, environmental, political way it is affecting the indigenous.
José Iván Jarquín Ortiz
Research focuses on the knowledge of regulations and laws of other Latin American countries (as in the case of Chile, Bolivia and Colombia) and the United States of America, about legal and regulatory aspects regarding property rights.
Ida Beatriz de Luca
The objective of her research is to compare the laws in the USA, mainly in Florida and California, about surrogacy contracts in order to create a legal framework in Brazil to clearly define limits for who can be a surrogate mother and which terms could be possible to regulate surrogacy contracts.
Research focuses on the study of the rules on investments contained in sections A and B of Chapter 11, and how is confer access to international dispute settlement on private parties.
Maria Elena Cobas Cobiella
Research on Cuban law using FIU Law Library’s Mario Diaz Cruz Library. The main objective of her work is to prepare a research guide of Cuban law that will assist other scholars in researching the Cuban legal system and its laws from a historical perspective.