Felipe Oyarzún Vargas obtained his Legal and Social Sciences degree at Alberto Hurtado University, Chile (2014) and his Master of Laws in Civil Liability at Carlos III de Madrid University, Spain (2018). Currently, he is hired as a doctoral researcher by the Department of Private Law at Carlos III de Madrid University, developing his thesis within the Project "The borders of the Law of unjustified enrichment" (DER 2017-85594-C2-1-P; whose main researcher is Pedro del Olmo), financed by the State Research Agency linked to the Ministry of Science and Innovation
He has been awarded with multiple scholarships such as the "Iberoamerican Young Professors and Researchers 2016-2017 Scholarships" program, developing a research internship at Autónoma de Madrid University (2017), and the "Teixeira de Freitas" program of MERCOSUR, carrying out an academic and professional exchange at the Brasilia University / Supreme Federal Court, Brazil. (2013).
Research areas: law of obligations and civil liability.