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Peter E. Herzog

Prof. of Law, Emeritus, Syracuse Univ. Coll. Law

Following work with the New York Attorney General's office, Peter Herzog began teaching as an assistant professor. He progressed to associate professor, professor, Crandall Melvin Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law for 36 years, and, since 1995, a Crandall Melvin Professor of Law, Emeritus. As a visiting professor, he's taught at the University Paris-Sorbonne, the University of Dijon, the University of Fribourg, and the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. His familiarity with Europe's many changes and his personal awareness of "bloody conflicts" holds Professor Herzog's interest in European Union Law and efforts made for European unification. He's authored several books and numerous articles on torts, conflict of laws, comparative civil procedure, as well as Emerging Issues Analysis for the LexisNexis® International and Foreign Law Center.

Additionally, he is one of the general editors and contributors to Smit & Herzog on the Law of the European Union, a LexisNexis publication organized under the auspices of the Center for International Legal Studies, an Austrian registered (ZVR No. 208672816) non-profit legal research and education organization. Yet for all of his work, Professor Herzog finds time for his fascination with locomotives. He once took a class on how to operate a steam locomotive. And for as proud as he should be of his professional work, he is equally thrilled with his experience as an engineer. He controlled the locomotive for 15 miles, punctuating his rail success with the claim that he killed "neither a cow nor a human."

Smith & Herzog on the Law of the European Union

Herzog on the Rome II Regulation


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