Dr. Diogo Magalhaes
Cornell University, Ithaca, USA
Diogo Magalhaes has recently been appointed as a Visiting Lecturer at Cornell Law School, where he earned his Doctor in Science of Law in 2019 and has served as a Law Fellow.
Diogo earned his first law degree at the University of Lisbon’s Faculty of Law, and his LL.M. in Law in a European and Global Context from Católica Global School of Law. His doctoral thesis, titled “European Integration Theory and the Future of the European Union after Brexit”, addressed EU Integration Theory from a Systems Theory perspective and argued that Europe’s ontological question could only be solved once we revisited our epistemological understanding of the European project. He has written critically about the different narratives, both from Law and Political Science that have shaped our understanding of the EU. As a Law Professor he has taught courses such as European Union Law, Conflicts of Law, International Trade Law, Introduction to Financial and Business Concepts, and others. He has served as a Law Fellow at Cornell Law School, and as a Visiting Professor at Chicago-Kent School of Law, and at Portuguese Catholic University’s Lisbon School of Law.
Module 1: European and International Business and Contract Law
EU Law - The Common Market and the Economics Constitution of the EU