Eugen Huber was a Swiss jurist and the creator of the Swiss Civil code of 1907.Biography Huber was born in Swiss Canton of Zürich on July 31, 1849. His father was a physician. At the University of Zürich, Huber studied jurisprudence, where he received a doctorate in 1872 with a thesis on "The Swiss law of inheritance in its development since the separation of the Old Swiss Confederacy from the Holy Roman Empire." In 1875, he was a correspondent for a newspaper in Zürich until he replaced a judge in Appenzell from 1877 until 1880. In 1880, he became a professor of Swiss civil and federal law at the University of Basel and later, in 1888, he became a professor at Halle University in Halle and Wittenberg, where he taught legal history, private and commercial law, public land law as well as canon law and philosophy of law.Source: Wikipedia
University in the cities of Halle and Wittenberg, Germany
University in Switzerland
University in the Swiss capital of Bern
University in Basel, Switzerland
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