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Professor María P. Canedo joined the School of Law of Deusto University in 1998, after having done her doctoral research at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid. She is Professor of Private International Law and International Trade at Deusto University and has been Visiting Professor at several European law schools (including Strasbourg; François Rabelais, Tours; Tilburg; Carlos III, Madrid; and Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid) and North American Law Schools (Hamline University, Minnesota; University of San Francisco). Professor Canedo holds a Jean Monnet Chair in Transnational Trade Law and has been recognized two "research periods" ('sexenios') by the Spanish CNEAI (2002-2007) and (2008-2015).
Professor Canedo has served as Secretary of the Faculty of Law, Vice-dean of Academic Affairs, Vice-dean of International Affairs and currently holds a Jean Monnet Chair in Transnational Law.
Her main fields of research are European Antitrust Law and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the European Union. She is director of the research group on Different Implications of Transnational Law. She is Director of the Erasmus Mundus Master in Transnational Trade Law and Finance and the Deusto PhD in Transnational Trade Law. Principal Researcher of the Group "Companies, Markets and Transnational Law", in 2010, Professor Canedo was appointed member of the Basque Antitrust Authority. Currently she is the President of the Basque Antitrust Authority.
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