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Egidijus Bieliūnas (2011–2013)

Egidijus Bieliūnas was born in 1950. In 1973, he graduated from the Faculty of Law of Vilnius University. In 1969–1974, he worked in the Laboratory of Criminology of the Faculty of Law of Vilnius University. In 1977, he finished his post-graduate studies in M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University and maintained his doctoral thesis. In 1977–1992, and from 2003 he was a university teacher in the Department of Criminal Justice of the Faculty of Law of Vilnius University. In 1990–1992, he was a chief consultant and an assistant officer at the Legal Division of the Supreme Council-Reconstituent Seimas. In 1992–1994, he was an advisor for consular affairs at the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in the Benelux countries, in 1994–1996—an advisor at the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in France, and in 1996–1999—a member of the European Commission of Human Rights. In 1999–2011, he was a justice at the Criminal Division of the Supreme Court of Lithuania. In 2011–2013, he was a justice of the Constitutional Court. In 2013, he was appointed as a judge of the General Court of the European Union.