Sergio Puig joined the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in 2014 as an Associate Professor of Law. Sergio's main academic interests include topics related to international economic law, international arbitration, law and society, network analysis and the law and the legal profession.
Prior to joining the College, Sergio taught International Investment Law and International Trade Law at Duke Law and Stanford Law School, where he was the SPILS Teaching Fellow.
Sergio also worked for over three years in the young professionals program for lawyers and scholars at the World Bank Group and ICSID, and has practiced in leading firms in Mexico City and Washington D.C.
Sergio attended UNAM and graduated summa cum laude and received a law degree from ITAM, one of Mexico's leading academic institution. He earned a masters in International and Socio-Legal Studies (JSM) and a doctoral degree (JSD) in International Economic Law, at Stanford Law School.
- Doctor of the Science of Law (JSD), Stanford Law School, 2009
- Master of the Science of Law (JSM), Stanford Law School, 2004
- LL.B. Instituto Technologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM), 2002, Graduated summa cum laude