Thomas Traschler received his first law degree from the University of Vienna and his second degree in Business Law from the Vienna University of Economics and Business in 2010. He pursued his LL.M. studies at New York University with a coursework concentration in the areas of international, comparative and global business law. Upon completion, he was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2013. Thomas is currently enrolled in the DPhil in Law program at the University of Oxford and works as a research assistant at the Commercial Law Centre based at Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford. Thomas’ principal research interests are in the fields of international, comparative, and commercial law (with a particular focus on the Cape Town Convention and the Aircraft Protocol). His professional experience includes work as a teaching assistant at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, as a teaching and research associate at the University of Vienna, and as an NYU International Finance and Development Fellow at UNIDROIT.


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  • T Traschler, 'A Uniform Application of Article 13 of the Cape Town Convention via an Autonomous Interpretation' (2016) Uniform Law Review (forthcoming)
  • T Traschler, 'The Cape Town Convention’s remedies: path to harmonisation' (2016) Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 399


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