Lecturer in Law and Teaching Fellow
Vanessa Casado-Pérez has just joined Stanford Law School as a lecturer in law and inaugural Teaching Fellow of the LL.M. Program in Environmental Law & Policy. She is also affiliated with the Bill Lane Center for the American West. Her research focuses on management of natural resources.
She graduated first at Universitat Pompeu Fabra Law School in Barcelona ('06) and second at Universitat Pompeu Fabra School of Economics ('08). Vanessa also holds LL.M. degrees from Universitat Pompeu Fabra ('08) and University of Chicago Law School ('09), where she was class representative and received "The LL.M. Award for Integration and Inclusion", and is about to complete her J.S.D. at NYU School of Law. Her dissertation analyzes the role of government in water markets, using California and Spain’s experiences as case studies.
Vanessa has been a research assistant at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, University of Chicago, and NYU Law Schools; Summer Associate at the Spanish law firm Uría Menéndez (Barcelona); and intern at the Colombian Environmental and Agricultural Affairs Area of the Procuradoría General de la Nación (Bogotá).