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Dr. iur. Lorenz Langer, MA, MPhil

                                                                   
Education 
 
2007 - 2012 

University of Zurich, Faculty of Law, PhD degree in law (Dr. iur.) on  Religious Offences and Human Rights

2009 - 2010 
Yale Law School, Visiting Researcher
2007 
Admitted to the Bar
2001 - 2005  University of St. Gallen, Faculty of Law, Licentia iuris (Lic. iur./J.D.)
1995 - 2001
University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts, Licentia philosophia (Lic. phil./M.A.) in history and archaeology
1998 - 1999 Cambridge University, Faculty of History, Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) in Medieval Studies 

                                                                              
Employment and Internships
2018 -   Liechtenstein Institute, Senior Research Fellow for public international law
2018 
University of Zurich, Faculty of Law, Deputy Chair for International Law, European Law, Public Law and Legal Philosophy (Prof. Diggelmann)
2014 -  
University of Zurich, Faculty of Law, Lecturer in public law and international law
2013 -  
University of Zurich, Centre for Democracy Studies, Senior Research Fellow; Project Manager
2/2011 - 
Swiss Review of International and European Law, Managing Editor
2007 - 2009 
University of Zurich, Institute of Public International Law (Prof. Thürer), Research Fellow
2006 - 2007 
District Court of Baden, 1st Division, Law Clerk / Court Registrar (Administrative, Civil and Criminal Law)
5/2005 - 5/2006 
Chambers of Pestalozzi Lachenal Patry (now Pestalozzi Ltd.), Zurich, Junior Associate
2003 - 2004   University of St. Gallen, Chair for International Private Law, Commercial Law and Comparative Law (Prof. Markus Müller-Chen), Research Assistant
2002 University of St. Gallen, Chair for International Law, European Law and International Commercial Law (Prof. Juliane Kokott), Research Assistant
2001 - 2001 Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Geneva, Consultant
2000 - 2000 J. P. Morgan & Co. (now Morgan Chase), London, Internship
1997 - 1998 University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Historical (Prof. Beat Näf), Research Assistant

                                                                       
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Languages

German (mother tongue), English, French, Italian