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Legal Theory Background of Coherence Print
Brown Bag Seminar, Speaker: Ms. Katja Gehne, Alternate Leader in Individual Project Nr. 4 (IP 4) on "Human Rights"
13 October 2008, 12.15 - 13.45, WTI, Berne, Switzerland

Biography of the Speaker:
Katja Gehne studied law and politics in Mannheim, Marburg and Berlin with a focus on international and European law and legal theory. She spent a year at the University Sophia Antipolis Nizza doing an LL.M in international development and economic law. As an intern at the European Commission (Secretariat General) she dealt with the European sustainable development strategy. While she worked for the law firm WilmerHale Berlin in the field of international, European and administrative law she started her PhD on sustainable development as a principle of law – normative content, theoretical classification and legal functions. Having passed her second state examination she spent a year in Madagascar to do a GTZ project on a legal framework for administrative law. She joined the NCCR project in July 2008. She will focus on sustainability issues with regard to the WTO.


Place:
Anna Nussbaum Auditorium




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