Andreas Moberg is a senior lecturer and associate professor at the Department of Law of the University of Gothenburg. He teaches and researches both EU law and Public international law, but specializes in EU Constitutional law. He has lectured in EU law as a visiting professor at Bond University (Australia), San Pablo CEU Madrid and Háskóla Islands Reykjavík. His research has focused on EU external relations, both from a Public International Law perspective as well as from an EU-Law perspective, on the one hand, and the Court of Justice on the other. More specifically, he has written about how the EU has employed contractual clauses as instruments to spread human rights, democracy and the rule of law throughout the world, and on how Member State governments’ written observations affect CJEU rulings in preliminary reference cases. Currently, he is working on a research project studying the application of article 7 TEU, and on another studying national rules for the appointment of judges to the CJEU. He is the assistant director of CERGU (Center for European Research at the University of Gothenburg).