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Elin Hofverberg

Elin Hofverberg first joined the Law Library in 2011 and has since conducted research and written reports on the laws of the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) including when relevant EU law, as well as international law, for members of Congress, government agencies, and the public. Prior to joining the Law Library Elin worked at the U.S. Department of State in Stockholm during the Swedish EU Presidency (2009). She has also worked at the Swedish office of the International Chamber of Commerce, and as a trade finance advisor at a Swedish bank. More recently, Elin served as a consultant to several American law firms, where she provided comparative law expertise. Elin is fluent in Swedish and English and has a full professional working knowledge of Danish, Icelandic, and Norwegian. She also has basic knowledge of South Sami. Elin holds an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law from The George Washington University Law School and a JD Equivalent (Juris kandidatexamen (Jur. Kand)/Master of Laws) from Uppsala University, Sweden. She is a member of the New York Bar. In her spare time she enjoys cross-country skiing and she dreams of obtaining her pilot license.

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