María Marcos González (Bilbao, 1965), a graduate in Law from the University of Navarra (1988), took her Doctorate in Law at the University of Alcalá (1993). She also has a Master’s in University Teaching (UAH 2009). She has been Assistant Head (2002-2005) and Head (2008-2011) of the Department of Public Law, First Deputy Dean (2006-2008) and Secretary (2012) of the Law Faculty, and Service Inspection Manager (2016-2018). She has been awarded five teaching and three research assessments.
Since 1989 she has held various teaching posts at the UAH, all in the field of procedural law: University School Assistant Professor, University Assistant Professor, Interim University School Professor, Interim University Professor, Tenured University Professor and Full Professor. Her teaching is focused on civil procedural law, criminal procedural law, bankruptcy law and alternatives to the legal process for dispute settlement. She has written several books and a number of articles about procedural law, bankruptcy law, arbitration and mediation.
She has taken part in research projects about the new bankruptcy procedure, illicit proof, the chain of custody, enforcement of foreign judgements, the reform of the Criminal Procedure Act and judicial review. She has been guest lecturer at national and international conferences about procedural law and arbitration. She has carried out research stays are Columbia Law School (New York, 2006), Fordham Law School (New York, 2007 and 2008) and Waikato Law Faculty (New Zelanda, 2013).