Carsten ZatschlerBorn 1974 in Brussels (Belgium). Studied law at the Universities of Cambridge (BA, MA), Paris II (Maîtrise) and Berlin (LLM). Called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1999, practiced as a barrister in London specializing in public and commercial law. Since 2015, Legal and Executive Director of the EFTA Surveillance Authority in Brussels. Between 2004 and 2013, he served as legal secretary (référendaire) and head of cabinet to successive British judges at the Court of Justice of the European Union. Particular interest in the economic policy aspects of Union law, notably tax, free movement, State aids, and competition. Regularly teaches various aspects of EU law on postgraduate courses run by King's College London and the Academy of European Law, Trier.
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