Single title - Rule of Law Programme Middle East and North Africa
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When you tell people that you are doing the last part of your legal traineeship in the Middle East and especially in Lebanon, the reactions always tell you something about the person you are talking to and his or her attitude towards supposed risk and travel away from package vacations and comfortable city trips in Europe. Some say, "Have you gone crazy? That's way too dangerous!" Others say "Exciting! Can I visit you there?"
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Our author of this article: Dipl.-Jur. Maximilian B. Lüderwaldt, LL.B. studied law as a scholarship holder of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation at Bucerius Law School, where he is also doing his PhD, and at the University of Cambridge. Along the way, he held various political positions in the CDU, RCDS and Junge Union and taught law at Goethe University in Frankfurt. Further stations in his legal clerkship were at a civil court and a public prosecutor's office in the district of the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, with the President of Germanys biggest State Parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia and in a major US law firm. In his private life, he likes, among many other projects, to travel many of the Middle East countries.