Jørgen Vangsnes

Partner

About Jørgen Vangsnes

Jørgen Vangsnes is a Partner at Wikborg Rein's Oslo office and is part of the firm's Litigation and Arbitration Practice.

Vangsnes has substantial experience in litigation and dispute resolution and is admitted to the Supreme Court, as well as having litigated cases before international courts. His practice encompasses dispute resolution and advisory services, inter alia within contract law and tort, technology and IT law and administrative law, including also real estate-related disputes.

Work experience
  • 2020 -

    Partner, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2011 - 2020

    Attorney, Attorney General for Civil Affairs

  • 2018 - 2019

    Senior Advisor, Office of the Prime Minister

  • 2014 - 2015

    Deputy Judge, Oslo District Court

  • 2011 -

    Lecturer, University of Oslo

  • 2010 - 2011

    Research Assistant, University of Oslo

  • 2004 - 2006

    C2IS-operator/-officer, Norwegian Coastal Ranger Commando

Education
  • 2017

    Admitted to the Supreme Court

  • 2006 - 2011

    Master of Laws, University of Oslo

Directorships
  • 2022

    The Norwegian Bar Assosciation's committee on Administrative law

  • 2021

    JUS (Center for Continuing Legal Education) - Committee on civil procedure

Publications
  • 2021

    «In the outskirts of Res judicata», Jussens Venner no. 5/2021

  • 2021

    Karnov: Annotated version of the Dispute Act, lovdata.no

  • 2019

    «The difference between nullities and contestable administrative decisions», i Tøssebro (red.): Ugyldighet i forvaltningsretten, Universitetsforlaget (2019)

  • 2019

    «The significance of contentions in Norwegian civil procedure», Jussens Venner no. 4/2019

  • 2018

    «Legal standing as a requirement for civil action», Jussens Venner no. 5/2018

  • 2018

    Civil Procedure in a Nutshell, Gyldendal, 1. utgave 2015 og 2. utgave 2018

  • 2017

    Encyclopedia of Law, Kunnskapsforlaget (editor, 2017-)

  • 2017

    Gyldendal Rettsdata (co-author, the Norwegian Disputes Act chap. 27/28, 2017-)

  • 2014

    «On the so-called judicial deference», Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap no. 2/2014