lic.iur. Dieter Roth, CAS

lic.iur. Dieter Roth, CAS: Attorney with Marxer & Partner

Biography

Internship at the Princely Prosecutor's Office, Vaduz, 1998; internship at the Princely Court, Vaduz, 1999; trainee with Seeger & Seeger Attorneys at Law, Schaan, 1999 – 2001; legal advisor with the legal service of the Princely Government, Vaduz, 2002 - 2003; attorney at Law at a Liechtenstein law firm, 2003 – 2005; attorney at Law at a Liechtenstein law firm, 2006; legal advisor at a Liechtenstein Trust Company, 2006 – 2018; member of the UK Panel, 2012 - 2017; attorney at Law with Marxer & Partner since 2018.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+423 235 81 81  Phone
+423 235 82 82  Fax
www.marxerpartner.com
University Attended:
Coach Akademie Switzerland, St. Gallen, CAS/ECA; University of Alabama, USA; University of Berne; University of Fribourg, lic. iur.; University of Liechtenstein, CAS
Year of First Admission:
1999
Admission:
1999, Liechtenstein
Languages:
German and English and Spanish
ISLN:
918597975

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Affiliations

Lex Mundi

Vaduz, Liechtenstein

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