Professor Celador Angón studied Law at Complutense University of Madrid, and received his Ph.D. in public law from the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, where he taught Public Liberties and Fundamental Rights.
Currently Prof. Celador Angón is Senior Lecturer with Tenure on the faculty of legal and social studies at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid, Spain. He has been Visiting Scholar at University of Glasgow (UK), Queens University (UK), Florence (IT), Fulbright Scholar at the University of California, Santa Barbara (US), and, at the moment is Visiting Professor at the Institute of Latino Studies at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana.
Prof. Celador Angón is Assistant Director of the Master Program in “Law and Business” at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, and has been Vice-chancellor assistant for postgraduate studies (2003-2009) at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
His main research interest focuses on: constitutional comparative law; human rights and public liberties; legal situation of religious, ethnics and minority groups; emigration and human rights. He has published books and several articles in specialized journals on these topics in English and Spanish, and he and has taught courses about these topics in prestigious universities all over the world, Kiev (2007), Tokyo (2008), Kuwait (2009), Mexico (2009), Bratislava (2010), New York (2012).