Constitutional Law Associate Professor (without tenure) at the Complutense University of Madrid.

Coordinator of the Official Master’s Degree in Parliamentary Law, Elections and Legislative Studies (Constitutional Law Department of the Faculty of Law and Parliamentary Law Institute of the UCM).



Ph.D. in Law (Doctor Europaeus) and a BA in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid, both with Extraordinary Award.

Coordinator of Prof. Martinez Sierra’s Jean Monnet ad Personam Chair at Harvard University (http://rcc.harvard.edu/jean-monnet-ad-personam-chair).

Coordinator of several summer courses on European Union issues: “European Constitution and Spanish Constitution” (2006), “Law and Institutions of the European Union” (from 2007 to 2013), and Complutense International Seminar on European Constitutional Law (2008).


Her main research lines are Parliamentary and Constitutional Law of the European Union. In particular, she has work on National Parliaments participation in European Union issues, the effects of the integration process in National Parliament’s competences and, more recently, the new economic governance of the EU and its effects on the Constitutions and policies of the Member States.

Commitment in EUPADRA

Within EUPADRA she teaches a course on EU legislative procedure.