Nicolás Zambrana-Tévar


Nicolás Zambrana-Tévar has an LLM in international business law from the London School of Economics and a PhD in international investment law from the University of Navarra, where he was also executive director for international programs, assistant professor and moot court team coach. Since 2014, he teaches international commercial law and dispute resolution at KIMEP University (Almaty, Kazakhstan). Prior to going into academia he worked in Madrid for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Garrigues Abogados, mostly in commercial litigation and arbitration. He has been a guest lecturer and presented papers in a number of academic institutions in Europe, Latin-America and Asia. He has recently been a visiting researcher at the Institut für Internationales und Ausländisches Privaterecht of the University of Cologne and has published in the field of Private International Law, Commercial Arbitration and Investment Law. He has also been a member of several research groups on Business & Human Rights, focusing on tort litigation against transnational corporations. He is also the translator of one of the leading textbooks on law and religion in the United States.

Recently Published

Ruling of the Spanish Constitutional Court Legitimising Restrictions on Universal Criminal Jurisdiction

A short history of universal jurisdiction in Spain Last 20 December, the Spanish Constitutional Court (hereinafter, TC) issued a ruling rejecting an application made by more than fifty Socialist Members of Parliament to strike out a bill introduced by the Conservative Party in 2014. In practice, the aforementioned bill put an end to…

Read more