Helena Jäderblom

Born 1958
Justice and President of the Supreme Administrative Court since 2018

Degree of Master of Laws (LL.M) from Uppsala University, 1983
Law Clerk at district courts, 1984-1987
Associate Judge at the Administrative Court of Appeal in Stockholm, 1992
Acting Senior Lecturer in constitutional and administrative law at Stockholm University, 1993-1994
Appointments at the Ministry of Justice: Legal Advisor, 1994, Deputy Director, 1998, Senior Advisor at the Division for Constitutional Law, 2000 and Head of the Clemency Unit, 2003-2005
Senior Judge at Stockholm County Administrative Court, 2005-2007
Senior Judge of Appeal at the Administrative Court of Appeal in Stockholm, 2007-2011
Justice of the Supreme Administrative Court, 2011-2012
Sweden’s Judge of the European Court of Human Rights, 2012-2018

Public appointments

Assisted the Ministry of Justice in reviewing the use of coercion pursuant to the Act on Coercive Measures of 1952 and Act on Covert Camera Surveillance of 2006
Inquiry Chair of the Inquiry into Certain Legislative Changes Concerning the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights on the Internet, 2009-2012
Chair of the Ethical Council of the Swedish National Police Board, 2011-2012
Deputy Chair of the Swedish Broadcasting Commission, 2011-2012
Member of the Board of the Swedish Election Authority, 2011-2012
Chair of the Commission for review of the work of the Government, Foreign Office and the Swedish representations abroad to achieve release of Dawit Isaak and Gui Minah, 2021-2022

Other appointments

Member of the Board of Nomination to the Board of Trustees of Thomson Reuters, 2016-2018
Sweden’s representative in the Council of European Judges (CCJE) since 2019
Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration since 2020
Member of the Council of Europe Access Info Group, 2022-present
Member of the Board of the Swedish Society for Medical Research, 2022-present

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Helena Jäderblom HFDPhoto by Carl Johan Erikson