Erik Møse (born 9 October 1950) is a Norwegian judge.
He graduated from the University of Oslo and had post-graduate studies in Geneva. Beginning in 1981, he taught at the University of Oslo. He then became a Fellow at the University of Essex in England and subsequently an Honorary Doctor. He has published extensively in the field of human rights. Among others, he led the committee that published the Norwegian Official Report 1993:18 on human rights.
Prior to joining ICTR, he was head of department in the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and the Police until 1986; deputy judge, Supreme Court advocate at the Solicitor General's Office from 1986 to 1993; presiding judge at Borgarting Court of Appeal in Oslo from 1993 to 1999.
Møse became Vice President of the ICTR in 1999, then President in 2003, succeeding Navanethem Pillay. Møse was succeeded in 2007 by Dennis Byron. In 2008 he was named as a Supreme Court Justice of Norway. In 2011 he was elected judge at the European Court of Human Rights.
Møse is married and has two children, who both attended International School Moshi Arusha Campus and International School Moshi.
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