CV Gunnar Strömmer

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Gunnar Strömmer
Gunnar Strömmer, Minister for Justice Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices of Sweden

Ministry of Justice

Party

Moderate Party

Areas of responsibility

  • Public order and safety
  • Crime prevention 
  • Issues relating to victims of crime
  • Civil law
  • Courts and prisons
  • The Swedish Constitution
  • International judicial cooperation
  • Police
  • Procedural law
  • The judicial system
  • Criminal law
  • Prosecutors

Personal

Gunnar Strömmer was born in 1972. He lives in Stockholm and is married with three children.  

Education

1998
LL.M., Uppsala University      

1996–1997 
Courses on EU law and constitutional law at Universität Trier, Germany  

1993–1994
National military service in the Swedish Navy          

1988–1991
Social Sciences Programme at Nolaskolan in Örnsköldsvik 

Positions and assignments

2022–
Minister for Justice 

2017–2022
Party Secretary of the Moderate Party 

2020–2022
Member of the 2020 Committee of Inquiry on the Constitution 

2011–2017 
Lawyer at Gernandt & Danielsson 

2012–2013
Inquiry Chair of the 2012 Inquiry on Citizenship 

2002–2011
Founder and Head of Centrum för rättvisa (Centre for Justice) 

2001
Intern at the Institute for Justice, the United States 

1998–2000
Chair of the Moderate Youth (MUF)