Javier Guillen Carames

Professor in Administrative Law at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid, Consultant Herbert Smith Freehills
Biography

Javier holds a Phdi Law from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and is a Professor in Administrative Law at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid. He has been Visiting Researcher and Professor at Harvard, William and Mary and Georgetown Universities.

Based in Madrid, Javier has extensive experience in Public Law and has acted as external legal consultant to the Spanish Energy Commission, providing legal advice on a number of areas of energy regulation and Competition Law; he has also acted as legal adviser to a Parliamentary Group in Spain’s Congress of Deputies, advising the Public Administrations’ Commission and the Constitutional Commission.

He is the author and director of more than 10 books on Economic Public Law and also the author of more than 100 academic publications on Public Law in legal reviews both in Spain and abroad.


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