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Dr. David Fernández-Rojo is a researcher and assistant professor at the University of Deusto. He currently teaches Public International Law, Basic Principles of Law, International Protection of Human Rights, International Organizations and Mooting Skills. David's research focuses on the evolution of the operational cooperation and tasks conferred to the EU agencies, FRONTEX, EASO and EUROPOL. He is particularly interested in the impact of these EU agencies’ operations, in terms of the effective and uniform national implementation of the migration, asylum and border management measures adopted at the EU level. David is a key researcher in the Jean Monnet Network European Union-Asia Pacific Dialogue and coordinator at the University of Deusto of the Jean Monnet Networks EU Law Enforcement and EU Counterterrorism. David conducted part of his PhD research in the U.S. (Washington College of Law and Georgetown Law Center) and The Netherlands (Utrecht University, RENFORCE). Prior to this, he specialized in European and International Public Law (LL.M.) in the Netherlands (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Cum Laude) and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the University of Deusto.