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Crescente Molina

Domestic and International Litigation and Arbitration

Crescente Molina

Domestic and International Litigation and Arbitration

international counsel/consejero internacional

Profile

Crescente’s practice focuses on litigation and arbitration, both domestic and international.

After graduating from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, he obtained an LLM from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently a Dphil (PhD) candidate at the University of Oxford.

Crescente has taught at various universities, both in Chile and abroad, including the University of Oxford, King’s College London, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and Universidad Adolfo Ibañez.

In October 2020, he will join the University of Oxford as an associate researcher. His research focuses on the philosophy of law and, particularly, on contract theory.

Before joining Ugarte & Correa as a consultant, he worked as an associate at the international arbitration and litigation group of Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU y Uría.

Languages spanish and english

Credentials

Professor

  1. Research Associate, University of Oxford, University College (2020)
  2. Graduate Teaching Assistant, King’s College London, Philosophy Department (2019)
  3. Tutor in Jurisprudence, Oxford University, Magdalen College (2018)
  4. Adjunct Professor, Contract Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez (2015)
  5. Adjunct Professor, Consumer Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2014)

 

Awards and honors:

  1. Senior Hulme Scholarship, Brasenose College, Oxford
  2. Scholarship for Doctoral Studies Abroad, Ministry of Education (CONICYT), Government of Chile
  3. Scholarship for Master’s Studies Abroad, Ministry of Education (CONICYT), Government of Chile
  4. Referee for the journals Global Jurist and Law and Philosophy

 

Education

  1. Candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy in Law (DPhil), University of Oxford
  2. Master of Laws (LLM), University of California, Berkeley
  3. BA in Law (LLB), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (maximum distinction)

 

Publications

  1. “Promises, Rights, and Deontic Control,” Law and Philosophy (forthcoming, 2020)
  2. “Is There Value in Keeping a Promise?” A Response to Joseph Raz’, Vol. 15 N°1 (2019) Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy
  3. “The Authority in Property,” Vol. 1 N° 1 (2019) Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies
  4. “The Value of Contractual Obligations” in Esteban Pereira (ed.) Philosophical Foundations of Chilean Civil Law (Santiago: Rubicón 2019)

Crescente’s practice focuses on litigation and arbitration, both domestic and international.

After graduating from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, he obtained an LLM from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently a Dphil (PhD) candidate at the University of Oxford.

Crescente has taught at various universities, both in Chile and abroad, including the University of Oxford, King’s College London, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and Universidad Adolfo Ibañez.

In October 2020, he will join the University of Oxford as an associate researcher. His research focuses on the philosophy of law and, particularly, on contract theory.

Before joining Ugarte & Correa as a consultant, he worked as an associate at the international arbitration and litigation group of Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU y Uría.

Languages spanish and english

Professor

  1. Research Associate, University of Oxford, University College (2020)
  2. Graduate Teaching Assistant, King’s College London, Philosophy Department (2019)
  3. Tutor in Jurisprudence, Oxford University, Magdalen College (2018)
  4. Adjunct Professor, Contract Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez (2015)
  5. Adjunct Professor, Consumer Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2014)

 

Awards and honors:

  1. Senior Hulme Scholarship, Brasenose College, Oxford
  2. Scholarship for Doctoral Studies Abroad, Ministry of Education (CONICYT), Government of Chile
  3. Scholarship for Master’s Studies Abroad, Ministry of Education (CONICYT), Government of Chile
  4. Referee for the journals Global Jurist and Law and Philosophy

 

Education

  1. Candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy in Law (DPhil), University of Oxford
  2. Master of Laws (LLM), University of California, Berkeley
  3. BA in Law (LLB), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (maximum distinction)

 

Publications

  1. “Promises, Rights, and Deontic Control,” Law and Philosophy (forthcoming, 2020)
  2. “Is There Value in Keeping a Promise?” A Response to Joseph Raz’, Vol. 15 N°1 (2019) Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy
  3. “The Authority in Property,” Vol. 1 N° 1 (2019) Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies
  4. “The Value of Contractual Obligations” in Esteban Pereira (ed.) Philosophical Foundations of Chilean Civil Law (Santiago: Rubicón 2019)