Jorge Morais Carvalho

Associate Professor
jorgemoraiscarvalho@novalaw.unl.pt

Jorge Morais Carvalho has a Law Degree (2002) and a PhD (2011) from the NOVA School of Law.

He is an Associate Professor at NOVA School of Law, where he is the Coordinator of the Degree (1st Cycle) and Coordinator of the Master in Law – Specialisation in Law & Technology.

He is a Researcher at CEDIS – Research & Development Center on Law and Society, Director of NOVA Consumer Lab and NOVA Law & Tech.

He is the author (or co-author) of about one hundred and ten books and scientific articles, in the areas of civil law, commercial law, consumer law, civil procedural law, alternative dispute resolution and comparative law, with emphasis on the following works: Manual of Consumer Law (7. ª edition, 2020), The Limits to Contractual Freedom (2016, with reprinting in 2017), Manual on Alternative Dispute Resolution (2017, with reprinting in 2019) and Introduction to Comparative Law (2013, with last reprinting in 2019 and translation into Spanish in 2018).

Jorge Morais Carvalho has participated in over one hundred seminars, conferences, scientific congresses and colloquia or training actions in Brazil, Spain, England, Italy, Peru and Portugal.

He is the editor of EuCML – Journal of European Consumer and Market Law, Subdirector of Themis – Revista da NOVA School of Law and Coordinator of the Yearbook of NOVA Consumer Lab.

 

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Bachelor’s degree (1st Cycle):

  • Comparative Legal Systems
  • Declarative Civil Procedural Law
  • People and Family Law
  • Executive Civil Procedural Law
  • Legal Standard Theory
  • Information and Documentation
  • Civil and Commercial Contracts
  • Theory of Process
  • General Theory of Private Law
  • Law and Technology
  • Consumer Law

 

Master’s degree  (2nd Cycle):

  • Consumer Law
  • Contracts with Consumers
  • Industrial Property and Advertising
  • Comparative Law
  • Insolvency
  • European Consumer Law
  • Law & Technology
  • Digital Contracts

 

PhD (3rd Cycle):

  • Private Law

 

Short courses organised:

  • Consumer Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution (6 editions)
  • Local Accommodation, Sale of Consumer Goods and Supply of Digital Content
  • Advertising Law and Advertising Activity
  • Complaints Book and Resolution of Consumer Disputes: The New Regime of Required Arbitration
  • Technology and Contracts – Challenges of the Digital Age, Digital Platforms Contractual Regime
  • Manual de Direito do Consumo, 7.ª edição, Almedina, Coimbra, 2020;
  • Anuário do NOVA Consumer Lab, n.º 1, 2019 – Coordenação;
  • Casos Práticos Resolvidos de Direito do Consumo, Almedina, Coimbra, 2019 – Coordenação;
  • Introducción al Derecho Comparado, tradução de Francisco Cuena Boy, Ediciones Olejnik, Santiago de Chile, 2018 (com Carlos Ferreira de Almeida);
  • Manual de Resolução Alternativa de Litígios de Consumo, Almedina, Coimbra, 2017 (com João Pedro Pinto-Ferreira e Joana Campos Carvalho) – reimpressão em 2019;
  • Os Limites à Liberdade Contratual, Almedina, Coimbra, 2016 (reimpressão em 2017);
  • I Congresso de Direito do Consumo, Almedina, Coimbra, 2016 – Coordenação;
  • Contratos Celebrados à Distância e Fora do Estabelecimento Comercial – Anotação ao Decreto-Lei n.º 24/2014, de 14 de Fevereiro, Almedina, Coimbra, 2014 (com João Pedro Pinto-Ferreira);
  • Introdução ao Direito Comparado, 3.ª edição, Almedina, Coimbra, 2013 (com Carlos Ferreira de Almeida) – última reimpressão em 2019;
  • Incumprimento dos Contratos, Almedina, Coimbra, 2013 (com Assunção Cristas, Cícero Roberto Pereira e Alice Ramos);
  • Os Contratos de Consumo – Reflexão sobre a Autonomia Privada no Direito do Consumo, Almedina, Coimbra, 2012;
  • Conflitos de Consumo, Almedina, Coimbra, 2006 – Organização (com Mariana França Gouveia);
  • Consumer Law
  • Contract Law
  • European Union Private Law
  • Digital Contract Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Comparative Law