Jürg Borer was born in 1958 in Switzerland. He studied law at the University of St Gallen (first degree 1982, doctorate (summa cum laude) 1988). He was an assistant with the Swiss Federal Supreme Court in Lausanne and conducted legal research at the Max-Planck-Institut in Hamburg, Germany. Before joining Schellenberg Wittmer in 2006, he worked as an associate in London and Zurich and became a partner in another business law firm in Zurich in 1998. Jürg Borer's professional languages are German, English and French. He is a lecturer at the University of Zurich and University of Lucerne and has authored several publications on Swiss and European competition law, including a commentary on the Swiss Federal Act on Cartels. He is the author of one the leading treatises on Swiss competition law.
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