|State Secretary for the Minister of Justice and Police|
|Preceded by||Ingeborg Moen Borgerud|
|Succeeded by||Ingunn Yssen|
|President of the Norwegian Bar Association|
|Preceded by||Anders Ryssdal|
|Member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee|
|Born||11 July 1954|
|Political party||Norwegian Labour Party|
Berit Reiss-Andersen (born 11 July 1954 in Drøbak) is a Norwegian lawyer, author and former politician for the Norwegian Labour Party. She is currently the President of the Norwegian Bar Association and a member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, the 5-member committee that awards the Nobel Peace Prize.
She was elected as a Member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee by the Storting (Parliament) on 22 November 2011, and was nominated by the Norwegian Labour Party. Her term starts 1 January 2012 and ends 31 December 2017.
Her paternal grandfather was Gunnar Reiss-Andersen, who wrote lyric poetry.
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