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Por y para profesionales del Derecho

Aaron J Shuler

Associate Professor at the University of Navarra School of Law in Pamplona, Spain

Mr. Shuler graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science and received his law degree from the University of Minnesota School of Law cum laude in 2003. Thereafter he was admitted to the bar in the state of Illinois as well as the United States District Court in the Northern District of Illinois.  Mr. Shuler was based in Chicago, Illinois, litigating commercial insurance coverage and direct defense cases primarily in the commercial insurance context in over twenty federal and state jurisdictions nationwide.  In the fall of 2007 he joined the faculty in the School of Law at the University of Navarra in Pamplona, Spain, where he teaches Introduction to Anglo-American Law and American Constitutional Law.  Mr. Shuler also researches and lectures in areas such as American Government and Politics and is pursuing his Ph.D. in Comparative Law while serving as an Analyst for the Gertrude Ryan Law Observatory.


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