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Christoph Beat Graber

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Christoph Beat Graber (*1960) is a Swiss legal scholar and professor of legal sociology with particular focus on media law at the University of Zurich since 2015. He was previously a founding member of the Faculty of Law at the University of Lucerne and a consultant to various Swiss federal offices and the OECD on communication, cultural and copyright law issues. Life His parents' work as hoteliers brought Christoph Beat Graber to St. Moritz in his childhood. After completing the Swiss Matura at the Lyceum Alpinum in the neighboring Zuoz, he studied law at the Universities of Bern and St. Gallen and was admitted to the bar in 1989. Thanks to research grants from the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Swiss Federal Department of Home Affairs, Graber subsequently completed his doctoral studies at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, where he was able to work closely with Gunther Teubner, among others, and thus further deepen his understanding of Nikla
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