Daniel Girsberger primarily handles international arbitration cases as an arbitrator and party representative and provides his services also as an expert and mediator.
Since the foundation of the Faculty of Law at the University of Lucerne in 2001, Daniel Girsberger has been a Professor of Swiss and Private International Law, Business Law, Procedural Law and Comparative Law. He also teaches Private International Law, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
Prior to his appointment to Lucerne, Daniel Girsberger taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Zurich since 1996. Prior to this, he acquired an LL.M. in Common Law Studies at Georgetown University in Washington D. C. and worked as a visiting researcher with a scholarship from the Swiss National Science Foundation. He is also a certified mediator of the Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation and the Swiss Bar Association.
Daniel Girsberger has been and still is a guest lecturer at various foreign universities, including the US, Brazil and Lithuania. He is a member of various international and scientific governing bodies and Vice President of the Swiss Association of International Law.