Law, International Affairs & Public Policy at IE University: Meet our Vice-Deans
Join our Vice-Deans of IE Law School, Eugenia Castrillón, and of IE School of Global and Public Affairs, Daniel Kselman to learn more about
At IE University we understand that traditional approaches to education no longer meet the needs of companies and organizations of the future, which is why we are committed to cutting-edge training for skilled leaders and professionals looking beyond borders to find more dynamic solutions. We prepare students with the skill set to drive change across the public, private and non-profit sectors. Join our Vice-Deans of IE Law School, Eugenia Castrillón, and of IE School of Global and Public Affairs, Daniel Kselman to learn more about how each school is taking on new ways of studying law, international affairs and public policy. We will explore our international agreements, disruptive teaching methodologies, innovative programs, market trends and career opportunities.
Vice Dean at the IE School of Global and Public Affairs
Daniel Kselman is Vice Dean at the IE School of Global and Public Affairs. He received a PhD in political science from Duke University, where he also received a Masters degree in Economics. His research emphasizes the interactions between, democracy, economic development, and political governance, with a particular focus on political parties and electoral systems.
Vice Dean at IE Law School
Eugenia Castrillón is Vice Dean at IE Law School. She graduated from a Bachelor of Laws from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. She holds a LLM in Securities and Financial Regulation from Georgetown University. She also holds an LLM in Taxation from Centro de Estudios Financieros. She practiced as lawyer at Linklaters and Herbert Smith Freehills for 8 years.