Dr. Edgardo Muñoz
- Doctor of Laws (PhD), summa cum laude, Basel University Switzerland.
- Master of Laws (LL.M.), University of California in Berkeley, United States.
- Master of Laws (LL.M.), University of Liverpool, United Kingdom.
- Law Degree, University of Lyon (Jean Moulin), France.
- Law Degree, Iberoamericana University, Mexico.
· Member of the CISG Advisory Council, New York.
· Member of the Appeal Tribunal of the Gymnastics Ethics Foundation of the International Gymnastics Federation for the term 2021-2024, Lausanne, Switzerland.
· Before joining Panamericana University in 2014, Dr. Edgardo Muñoz spent several years working in Switzerland at the arbitration and sports law group of a leading law firm (Lenz & Staehelin, Geneva), as well as at the Global Sales Law project led by worldwide renowned expert in international contracts Professor Ingeborg Schwenzer (University of Basel). Dr. Edgardo Muñoz also held research associate positions at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva) and at the University of Lausanne Law Faculty. He has also been Visiting Scholar at Columbia University Law School in New York, the law school of the Universities of McGill and Montreal in Canada.
Dr. Edgardo Muñoz teaches and researches in the areas of international business law, international arbitration, comparative law, sports law and foreign investment law.
Dr. Edgardo Muñoz regularly publishes articles in different peer-reviewed national and international law journals. He has also published various books. His book “Modern Law of Contracts and Sales in Latin-American, Spain and Portugal” is the first and most comprehensive comparative study on IberoAmerican contracts law. Dr. Edgardo Muñoz is also co-Editor and co-Author of the leading CISG Commentary in Spanish: Schlechtriem & Schwenzer Comentario sobre la Convencion de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Contratos de Compraventa Internacional de Mercaderias, published by Thomson-Aranzadi Spain.
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