Juan Pablo Correa Delcasso holds a cum laude Doctorate in law from the University of Barcelona (1997) following his doctoral thesis on injunction orders which has influenced the current regulation of that procedure in Spain and in some countries in Latin America.
During his long career at prestigious law firms, he has been involved in the resolution of numerous disputes, actively defending the interests of companies in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food, property and car industries.
He is an Associate Professor at the University of Toulouse (UT1 Capitole) Faculty of Law, visiting professor at Paris-Dauphine University (France) and Professor of procedural law at the University of Barcelona.
He is also the author of numerous scholarly articles published in both Europe and Latin America, regularly speaks at conferences and takes part in projects financed by the European Union.
He acts as an arbitrator and international mediator at prestigious institutions, at both national and international levels, such as the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the Barcelona Arbitral Tribunal (Tribunal Arbitral de Barcelona: TAB) and the Court of Arbitration of the Madrid Chamber of Commerce.
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French, English, Italian.