Per-Erik completed his law degree in 1994, and has worked as a lawyer since 2000. At RettAdvokat, he deals with immigration law, labour law and criminal law cases as well as cases concerning children and the child welfare service.
Per-Erik also teaches law at the Royal Norwegian Naval Academy, and has taught international human rights at Folkeuniversitetet. He has previous experience as an assistant judge at Bergen District Court, and experience from public administration, including the Directorate of Immigration (UDI) and the National Insurance Service. Per-Erik has been a member of the Norwegian Bar Association’s legal committee for asylum and immigration law.
1991 – 1994 – Legal consultant at the Legal Department of the Directorate of Immigration (UDI), Oslo
1995 – Trainee lawyer at the brand and patent agency ActioLassen, Bergen
1996 – Legal consultant for the National Insurance Service, Bergen
1997 – Legal consultant for the Execution and Enforcement Commissioner, Bergen
1997 – 2000 – Assistant judge at the Office of the City Magistrate of Bergen and Bergen District Court
2000 – 2002 – Lawyer in the law firm Andersen Legal, Bergen
2002 – 2004 – Lawyer in the law firm Vogt & Wiig AS, Bergen
2005 – Lawyer and partner at RettAdvokat ANS
– Lecturer at the Royal Norwegian Naval Academy (law)
– Lecturer at Treider College (property law)
– Lecturer at Folkeuniversitetet Vest (human rights)
– Member of the Norwegian Bar Association’s legal committee for asylum and immigration law
1993 – Cand.jur. (law degree), the University of Bergen
Specialisation – ‘Trademark and patent law’ and ‘Human rights’