Full Professor of Ecclesiastical Law of the State at the University Carlos III of Madrid.
Oscar Celador Angón holds a Law Degree from the Complutense University of Madrid. Doctor in Laws from the Carlos III of Madrid University. He has been professor at the University of León and has studied at the Berkeley University 8California, US), La Crosse (Wisconsin, US), Santa Barbara (California, US) and Florence (IT), he has collaborated as a Research Fellow with the Universities of Glasgow (UK) and Queens (UK) and as a Visiting Fellow in the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, US).
His publications have focus fundamentally in matters as education rights, academic freedom, university autonomy, and different aspects of the history of human rights.
Presently he is Professor of Ecclesiastical Law of the State, Head of Department of International Law, Ecclesiastical and Philosophy of Law and Studies Coordinator at the MBA Master’s program in Legal Advice for Companies.