Garin Giménez, Victoria

European University Institute
01 Feb 2024 to 28 Feb 2024

Victoria Garin is a PhD researcher at the European University Institute in Florence. In her thesis, she examines the intersections between Private International Law and moral theory.
She explores the role of Private International Law in enabling or combating interpersonal injustice in the global context.
She has been a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg and at International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT). She is a senior editor for the European Journal of Legal Studies.

Area(s) of expertise: Private International Law, Legal Theory, Moral Philosophy, European Law, Private Law

Experience in Oñati: 

Visiting the IISL was a wonderful experience. The Institute provides an excellent environment for both work and leisure. Throughout my stay, I found all staff members to be helpful and supportive, and all professors to be warm and welcoming, which created a friendly atmosphere for fruitful debate. The support among colleagues and the warmth of the local community truly made me feel at home. I would recommend Oñati, with its serene surroundings and its vibrant community, to anyone interested in interdisciplinary work between law and the social sciences.