Per Neuburger joined OBLIN in 2020 as an intern in the firm’s international arbitration practice. He is in the final year of his LLB Global Law studies at Tilburg University. Prior to starting school in the Netherlands, Per lived and studied in Canada, the United States, and Austria. His international upbringing and experience studying law from a comparative, interdisciplinary perspective allow him to feel comfortable dealing with transnational legal issues.

Prior to joining Oblin, Per was a Research Assistant for the Tilburg Law School Department of Private and Business Law. Additionally, he has acted as an editor for the Tilburg Law Review and has completed an internship at the Freedom Forum in Kathmandu, Nepal, where he focused extensively on the (self) regulation of print and broadcast media globally.

Languages

German; English

PUBLICATIONS

  • Arbitration And Insolvency (Mondaq)
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