Christian has been a leading lawyer with the Office of the Attorney General, having had professional and personnel responsibility from 2008. He had the professional responsibility for civil procedures, the laws relating to compulsory acquisition, pollution/environment, law of torts, constitutional law and human rights.
Christian has wide experience from litigating before the district courts, courts of appeal and the Supreme Court. He has litigated approximately 25 appeals before the Supreme Court (in panels, the Grand Chamber or plenary sessions) as legal counsel or as legal assistant.
He has been agent for the European Court of Human Rights and litigated before the Grand Chamber in the European Court of Human Rights in January 2016 in a case versus Norway (app.nos. 24130/11 and 29758/11), where Norway won the case.
Christian Reusch is an excellent public law lawyer, and a terrific litigator. Very likeable and smart.
|2017||-||(today)||Partner, Advokatfirmaet Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS|
|1999||-||2017||Senior Associate, Office of the Attorney General|
|2011||-||2013||Specialist director, Office of the Prime Minister|
|1999||-||2001||Secretary for the Dispute Act Committee (an expert, law committee)|
|1997||-||1999||Legal investigator, The Supreme Court|
|1995||-||1997||Deputy Judge, Sandefjord City Court (now District Court)|
|2003||Admitted to The Supreme Court|
|1995||Cand. Jur., University of Oslo|
|1991||Officers' training school for infantry regiment, South Norway|
|2019||-||(today)||Chairman of the Norwegian Bar Association's Law Committee on Civil Procedure and Arbitration|
|2019||-||(today)||Chariman of the board Den Norske Turistforening and DNT Oslo og Akershus [the National Tourist Association and the local association for Oslo and Akershus]|
|2017||-||2019||Leader of Law Committee to prepare new legislation on national archives etc (appointed by the government)|
|2016||Member of the Lysne II Committee reviewing the Digital Boundary Defence|
|2015||-||(today)||Member of the Reference Group for The Dispute Resolution Forum at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo|