Stephan Breitenmoser, Konsulent

Prof. Dr. iur. STEPHAN BREITENMOSER

Kirchplatz 16
Postfach 916
4132 Muttenz
Telefon+41 61 467 90 00
Telefax+41 61 467 90 09

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1980

Law Degree at the University of Basel

1980-1984

Assistant to Prof. Dr. Luzius Wildhaber at the legal faculty of the University of Basel

1985

Doctoral thesis on the protection of private sphere in accor-dance with the ECHR

1986

Admitted to the bar

1986-1988

Attorney at a Basel law firm

1988

Studies at the Max-Planck Institute for International Criminal Law in Freiburg i.Br.

1988-89

Visiting scholar at the University of California in Berkeley

1989-90

Studies at the Max-Planck Institute for Public Law and Law of Nations in Heidelberg

1991

Studies at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in Lausanne

since 1991

Judge at the Basel Expropriation Commission

since 1992

Judge at the Basel Court of Appeal

Lecturer for Public Law, European Law and International Law at the University of Basel

1994-1996

Participation in OSCE Expert Missions in Hungary and the Slovak Republic

1995

Habilitation on legal protection in proceedings conductet under international law

1997-1998

Jean Monnet guest professor at the University of Bonn

1995-1998

Lecturer for European and International Law at the University of St. Gallen

1999-2000

Lecturer at the Europe Institute of Bonn

1998-2002

Lecturer at the Europe Institute of Basel

since 2001

Ordinarius for European Law at the University of Basel

since 2001

Member of the Bar Examination Board of Basel

since 2004

Member of the Scientific Committee of the European Doctoral College of the Universities of Strasbourg (France)

since 2006

Member of the Austrian Human Rights Institute ÖIMR),Salzburg

since 2007

Judge at the Federal Administrative Court of Switzerland

Language Skills

German, French, English

Areas of Practice (advisory)

  • European Community Law
  • International Law
  • Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters
  • Legal Assistance in Administrative Matters
  • Legal Assistance in Civil Matters
  • Administrative Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • European Convention on Human Rights
  • Bilateral Contracts / GATT / WTO
  • Law of Nations