Professor of Administrative Law at the Universitat de València. He has published several books and dozens of articles on a wide range of subjects: the invalidity of legal rules, the positive obligations of the State to protect fundamental rights, the legal regime of animal welfare, the civil liability of the State, court fees, variable remuneration systems for judges, judicial specialisation, the regulation of the so-called collaborative economy, etc. For some years now, his research and teaching activity has mainly focused on the economic analysis of public law.

Gabriel Domenech holds a PhD in Law from the Universitat de València (1999).

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