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I chose to practice international arbitration because it was the most effective means of applying the rule of law in international matters. It provides a peaceful means of resolving international conflicts, in which parties are treated equally and neutrally. That fulfills the highest aspirations of the international legal order.
Labour law as a discipline is key in putting human dignity and social justice central as driving forces in our increasingly globalized markets and societies. Labour law gives the world of work a human face.
Mediation is at the forefront of the transformation of the legal profession and the very concept of justice itself.
In tax law you have to balance the interest of the taxpayers with the government’s interest; in international tax law there are even several governments involved. I love learning and teaching.
Working in the trademark field you can talk to anyone in the world and land on common ground. It is a truly global field of law, and one that is fun to talk about; people know what brands are. It’s far more tangible than taxes, and more likeable than divorces. And trademark people are fun.
If I were to be born again, I am not sure I would become a lawyer. However, if I would, I would definitively become again a competition lawyer.