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Jürgen Busch (Austria)

Studies of history, political science, law, and legal theory in Vienna, Leuven, Brussels, and Florence (Mag. phil. in 2000, LL.M. and D.E.A. in 2005); since 2016 head of social sciences, humanities and health sciences at the Ludwig Boltzmann Society in Vienna; besides regular teaching assignments at the Universities of Vienna and Brno (in the past also at the Paneuropean University Bratislava and the University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna); before various positions as a pre-doc researcher and teaching assistant, study programme coordinator, and project director at the Universities of Vienna (legal history and comparative law) and Lucerne (public law and legal philosophy), as well as in research management at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and at the Austrian Agency for International Mobility and Cooperation in Education, Science and Research (OeAD, Erasmus office); since 2011 member of the board of the European Academy of Legal Theory (2011–18 secretary general) and tutor in its international LL.M.-programme in legal theory at the Goethe University in Frankfurt/Main; ongoing research, teaching and publication activities in the field of interdisciplinary legal studies (legal history and jurisprudence with a focus on the work of Hans Kelsen and the Vienna School of Legal Theory) and legal research and writing skills.

He is co-founder, co-author and former co-editor of the “SchreibGuide Jus”, a leading legal writing guide in Austria.