Andreas Schüller

Andreas Schüller

Program Director International Crimes and Accountability

Andreas Schüller joined ECCHR in 2009 and directs the International Crimes and Accountability program. He graduated from law school in Trier, Germany, and studied in Orléans, France. Schüller holds a Master of Laws from Leiden University, Netherlands, in public international law and international criminal law, and is admitted to the Berlin bar. Schüller works on US torture and drone strikes, UK torture in Iraq, war crimes in Sri Lanka and Syria, among other international crimes cases. He publishes and lectures on international criminal law and human rights enforcement.

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