Paul Schmidtberger

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Paul Schmidtberger is an American author based in Paris, France.


Schmidtberger is the author of Design Flaws of the Human Condition,[1] an urban comedy of adultery published by Random House in 2007.

Originally from Schooley's Mountain in Washington Township, Morris County, New Jersey, Schmidtberger attended the Lawrenceville School and is a graduate of Yale College and Stanford Law School.[2]

Schmidtberger was a practicing lawyer specialized in intellectual property and international arbitration, but now writes full-time. He has written articles for numerous US publications, including The New York Times, and is working on a new novel.[3] He has lived in Paris for over twelve years.[4]


  1. ^ "Random House Author Page". Retrieved 13 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "Rusoff Agency Author Page". Retrieved 13 July 2011. 
  3. ^ Schmidtberger, Paul (7 May 2010). "City Room". New York Times. 
  4. ^ Keramitas, Dmitri (27 May 2010). "Interview with Paul Schmidtberger". Paris Writers News. 

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