Tore Bråthen

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Tore Bråthen (born September 12, 1954) is a Norwegian jurist, and Professor of Law and Head of Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law at BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, [1] and Adjunct Professor at the Law Faculty of the University of Tromsø.


Bråthen graduated from the University of Oslo with a cand.jur. degree in 1984, and took the dr.juris. degree in 1998.

In 1998 he became a professor at the BI Norwegian Business School, having been an associate professor at the University of Oslo since 1984. At BI he also heads the Department of Accounting - Auditing and Law. He is also assisting professor at the University of Tromsø.

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