António Frada de Sousa

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António Frada de Sousa studied Law at the law School of the Portuguese Catholic University (Licenciatura - LL.B. and Doutoramento - Ph.D.), at the Law School of the University of Coimbra (Mestrado) and at the Law School of the University of Chicago (LL.M.) where he was Fulbright student in 1999-2000. From 2003 to 2007 he was Legal Secretary in the Chambers of Advocate General Miguel Poiares Maduro in the European Court of Justice (Luxembourg). Since 1993 he has been Assistant and then Lecturer at the Law School of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa teaching courses and seminars on Property Law, History of the Law, General Theory of the Law of Obligations, but mainly on Private International Law and European Union Law. He has been involved in post-graduation and MBA courses, international seminars and research projects in his main areas of interest: Private International Law, EU Law and Private Comparative Private Law.

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