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About the Journal

ex ante offers young legal scholars a platform on which they can publish their ideas and research results.

We want to provide both academics and practitioners with innovative thoughts on current issues: Fresh ideas are to grasp and solve new or little-noticed legal aspects of current topics. We offer young legal scholars the opportunity to gather their first publication experiences according to high quality, scientific standards.

ex ante is not restricted to a specific area of law, but is concerned with current issues in the society across all fields of law. In addition to the topic-specific contributions as the focus of the respective issues, ex ante also contains thematically independent treatises. Furthermore, ex ante is multilingual: the publication languages are German, French, and English.

Editorial Team

The board of editors plans the issues and manages the administrative processes.

Stephanie Bernet studied law at the University of Bern. She has been working as a research assistant in the area of public law at the University of St. Gallen since 2012. She also writes her dissertation on syllabi under Prof. Bernhard Ehrenzeller.

Valérie Dittli studied law at the University of Lucerne. Since 2016 she has been working as a research assistant to Prof. Philippe Meier in the area of civil law in Lausanne. She is currently writing a PhD in the fields of contract law and inheritance law.

Kaspar Ehrenzeller studied Law and Economics at the University of St. Gallen. He is a research assistant to Prof. Bernhard Ehrenzeller. His doctoral thesis deals with the handling of constitutional norms with contradictory content.

Ryan Gauderon studied law at the University of Lausanne. Since 2015 he has been working as a research assistant to Prof. Alain Macaluso in the area of penal law in Lausanne. He is currently writing a PhD in the fields of criminal procedural law.

Nadia Kuzniar studied law at the University of St. Gallen and graduated with her Master’s degree in 2016. She is currently doing her doctorate in the area of torts. Furthermore, she is a research assistant to Prof. Vito Roberto.

Raquel Pochon studied law at the University of Lausanne. Since 2015 she has been working as a research assistant to Prof. Denis Tappy in the area of law history in Lausanne. She is currently writing a PhD in the fields of law history and civil procedure.

Roman Schister studied Law and Economics at the University of St. Gallen and is a research assistant to Prof. Dr. Vito Roberto. As a PhD candidate, he writes on property law.

Numerous editors support the team.