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State counsel , legal educator

Antonio López-Pina, Spanish state counsel, legal educator. Decorated great cross German Federal Republic; recipient Alexander V. Humboldt award, 1980, Constitutional Merit award Spanish government, 1988; Joint Spanish-American Committee Cultural Affairs and Science Research grantee, 1978, 79, 84, 90. Member Spanish Association Political Science and Constitutional Law, Spanish Association Human Rights.

Background

López-Pina, Antonio was born on June 4, 1937 in Murcia, Spain. Son of Antonio and Dolores López-Pina.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Law, University Complutense, Madrid, 1963. Postgraduate, University Munich, 1961. Postgraduate, Free University Berlin, 1963.

Postgraduate, University Paris, 1964. Postgraduate, University Michigan, University Harvard, 1966.

Career

Professor political law Santiago de Compostela University, 1977-1979, Valladolid University, 1979-1982. Professor constitutional law Complutense University, Madrid, since 1982. State counselor, since 1982.

Jean Monnet chair Legal European Culture Complutense University, since 1998. Senator Constituent Assembly. Member Constitutional and Foreign Affairs Communications, 1977-1979, founding father of 1978 Constitution.

Democracia representativa y Parlamentarismo, 1994.

Membership

Member Spanish Association Political Science and Constitutional Law, Spanish Association Human Rights.

Connections

Married Annegret Pietsch, July 28, 1964. Children: Ricardo, Pablo.

father:
Antonio López-Pina

mother:
Dolores López-Pina

spouse:
Annegret Pietsch

child:
Ricardo López-Pina

child:
Pablo López-Pina