Lennart Aspegren (1931-) began his career within the Swedish judicial system as a magistrate in 1958. After serving in various courts of civil and criminal law, he was appointed judge of the Stockholm Court of Appeal in 1979. Judge Aspegren also served as Legal Adviser to his Government, mainly within the Ministry of Finance from 1969. From 1979 to 1996, he was Under-Secretary for Legal Affairs at the Ministry for Public Administration, and, in 1991, his duties were extended to include International Affairs, with particular emphasis on relations with the European Community. During the period 1994 to 1995, he served as Judge at the High Court for Social Welfare, in addition to being judge of the Swedish Labour Court from 1980 to 1996. Furthermore, Judge Aspegren was chairman of several governmental commissions of enquiry from 1992 to 1995. In his official capacity and as an expert in public management, he took part in many international negotiations and conferences. He served not only in the OECD, the ILO, the UNDP and other organisations, but also provided consultancy services to a number of Governments. In 1995, he directed a bilateral project, in South Africa, on the restructuring of the legal system, including the judiciary.
... formerly a Judge at the Svea Court of Appeal, Director-General for Legal and International Affairs at different Swedish Ministries, Justice at the Supreme Social Insurance Court, and Judge at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
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