Tim Eicke is Judge of the European Court of Human Rights elected in respect of the United Kingdom. A dual-British/German national, he studied law at the Universities of Passau and Dundee. Before taking up his current appointment, he was a barrister at Essex Court Chambers and was appointed a Queen's Counsel in 2011. While in practice, he regularly argued cases in the UK Supreme Court, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights and acted both for claimants and governments. In 2017, he received an Honorary doctorate from the University of Dundee. Since October 2020, he is Vice-President of Section IV of the Court. His expertise covers Human rights law, the law of the European Union, Public International Law as well as UK public and constitutional law.
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