Dr Agustín Ruiz Robledo is Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Granada. He has combined his teaching work with other legal activities; he was a supplementary Magistrate in the Provincial High Court of Granada (1988-1991), and has been Director of the Analysis Advisory Council of the Presidency of the Andalusian Parliament (1996-2004). He has also taken courses in Business Studies and has a Diploma in Business Planning from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He has widened his studies and research in several centres outside Spain (the Universities of Montreal, London, Florence and Bayreuth, amongst others). He was Visiting Academic at University College Dublin in 2011-2012. He has published more than 100 works on his speciality, published in Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and Colombia, among the most important of his books being El Estado autonómico, El ordenamiento jurídico andaluz, El Síndrome de Fabrizio (Notas Jurídicas de política cotidiana), El derecho fundamental a la legalidad punitiva and Constitutional Law of Spain.
He has taken part in a considerable number of national and international conferences, speaking on his special topics, especially in the Constituent Assemblies of Bolivia and Nepal. In addition, he is a regulate contributor to the radio and the newspaper El País.