Chair Mueller-Chen Welcome to the Chair Müller-Chen With his dedicated team, the chair Müller-Chen offers various law courses on the assessment, bachelor, master and doctorate level. Furthermore, term papers are supervised at all levels. Research and Executive Education The Chair Müller-Chen researches in the field of national and international private law, art law as well as comparative with a practical perspective. The result of this research is a large number of publications in recent years. In addition, Prof. Müller-Chen is active in executive education. News Multiple achievements by the University of St. Gallen at the Willem C. Vis Moot in Vienna, April 2022 The Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court is an international legal competition where a fictional commercial dispute is simulated before an arbitral tribunal. In this year’s rendition, 365 teams from across the world took part. After a number of successful Pre-Moots throughout the spring, the team of the University of St. Gallen, as the only Swiss university, managed to once more proceed to the Round of Best 16. In addition, the team also secured an Honorable Mention for the Memorandum for Respondent while Damian Wyss (MLaw) was also recognized as among the best individual oralists. The team thereby continues a legacy of success at the Willem C. Vis Moot. The Law School warmly congratulates the team on this great achievement. 2nd place for Swiss Moot Court We are proud to announce that a team of the Law & Economics students Luzia Bremi, Danielle Hefti, Philipp Kessler und Raphael Wüthrich represented the University of St. Gallen at this year’s edition of the Swiss Moot Court and made 2nd place. At this year’s edition of the Swiss Moot Court, the participants had to solve a complex inheritance law case. With their written papers submitted in November, the team of the University of St. Gallen qualified for the oral round in mid-February, where the 12 best teams from all over Switzerland were allowed to plead against each other. Due to their their outstanding pleading performance in German and French they then succeeded to get into the finals, where they came in 2nd place. We congratulate the team for their great performance.