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Christiaan Alting von Geusau

CHRISTIAAN ALTING VON GEUSAU holds law degrees from the University of Leiden and the University of Heidelberg with specialisations in civil and European Law. He also obtained a doctorate from the University of Vienna writing his dissertation on Human Dignity and the Law in post-War Europe, which was published in April 2013 by Wolf Legal Publishers. Having practiced law at international law firms Houthoff and AKD in Amsterdam and Brussels from 1997 until 2004, von Geusau now serves as President and Rector of the International Theological Institute, a private Catholic university near Vienna, Austria. He was the founding president of the Phoenix Institute Europe Foundation, an educational institution that aims at educating young men and women in the classical and Judeo-Christian tradition. Von Geusau also presides over the International Catholic Legislators Network, created to provide Catholic politicians with continuing training through annual meetings and educational programmes. He teaches lectures and publishes in the areas of law, philosophy and education with a special interest for Christian identity, history and human rights.

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