Paul Gögler (22 years old)

Paul began studying law in Winter 2014 and is student research assistant at the chair of Professor Münch. The research role has allowed him to gain experiences in civil procedural law including arbitration. Additionally, he attended a class in Alternative Dispute Resolution, which lead him to consider an application for the Vis Moot. Paul is particularly fascinated by the party autonomy in arbitral proceedings. He looks forward to the close teamwork that is required by the project.

Paul has a passion when it comes to languages as he attended a classical humanistic secondary school. Besides the classes in languages Greek and Latin, he achieved basic knowledge in Spanish and has advanced abilities in English. After his final secondary exam he gained reliable Italian skills spending 7 months on an Italian vineyard. In his spare time Paul sings in the Jacobi choire in Göttingen.