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Andreas R. Ziegler is currently the Director of its LLM Program in International and European Economic and Commercial Law. He holds a conjoint professorship at the Law School of the University of New South Wales as well as permanent visiting appointments at the Universities of Saarbrücken, St. Gallen and ETH Zürich. He studied economics, international relations and law at the Universities of St. Gallen (BA, MA, BLaw, MLaw), Madrid (Escuela Diplomatica), Paris (SciencesPo), Florence (LL.M, European University Institute), Oxford and London (SOAS). After obtaining his doctorate in St. Gallen in 1995, he undertook post-doctoral research at Georgetown University Law Center (Washington DC, USA) and the Max-Planck-Institute in Heidelberg (Germany). He was a civil servant working for several Swiss Ministries as well as the EFTA Secretariat and the European Commission before being appointed full professor of law at the University of Lausanne in 2003. He has been invited to teach at many universities around the world, including Lund, Paris, Rome, Chicago-Kent, Stetson college of Law, UTS Sydney and Pittsburgh. He has published widely on European law, public international law, on international courts and tribunals, trade and investment. He has represented clients in arbitral proceedings and before the European Court of Human Rights and is counsel with a Zurich-based law firm.