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Prof. Dr Oliver Diggelmann

Prof. Dr Oliver Diggelmann
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e-Mail: oliver.diggelmann(at)kfg-intlaw.de

Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Short CV:

Prof. Dr. Oliver Diggelmann (Dr.iur., Zurich; LL.M., Cambridge) is holding the chair for international and constitutional law at the University of Zurich. He is co-director of the Institute for International and Comparative Constitutional Law and co-editor of the Swiss Review of International and European Law (SRIEL). He previously was professor of international law at Andrássy University Budapest and visiting scholar/fellow at the UC Berkeley, at Yale Law School, and the University of Cambridge. He also was visiting professor at Hebrew University Jerusalem and the University of St. Gallen and Chevening Scholar of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom.

His fields of research and teaching include, i.a.: theory and history of international law, international criminal law, impact of globalization on state and democracy, right to privacy, migration law.

Oliver Diggelmann regularly writes for Swiss newspapers and magazines on questions of international and constitutional law (i.a. for the “Neue Zürcher Zeitung”). Recently he has published a novel dealing with ambivalences of protest movements („Maiwald“, Tübingen 2017).

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