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Law - 06.03.2024
Digital Exhibition Explains Issues in International Law
Digital Exhibition Explains Issues in International Law

Environment - Law - 24.11.2023
Should Climate Activists be Punished as Common Offenders?
Their acceptance of responsibility and political motivation should be taken into account as a mitigating factor when sentencing Some climate activists, rather than receiving punishment, have in several cases successfully claimed to have acted on the grounds of necessity.

Law - Event - 14.11.2023
20 years as Foundation University under Public Law
20 years as Foundation University under Public Law

Law - Career - 06.11.2023
New Schlegel Chair at the University of Bonn
New Schlegel Chair at the University of Bonn

Law - 17.10.2023
Volksverhetzung: 'Applicable law partly too narrowly and partly misleadingly formulated'
Volksverhetzung: ’Applicable law partly too narrowly and partly misleadingly formulated’
Against the backdrop of reactions in this country to Hamas' terror in Israel, Felix Klein, the German government's anti-Semitism commissioner, has called for tougher criminal law in cases of incitement to hatred.

Politics - Law - 04.10.2023
Scoring with German law and political advice
Scoring with German law and political advice

Law - Campus - 07.09.2023
Constitutional Law Expert Oliver Fuo Receives Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for Research Project at Freie Universität Berlin

Campus - Law - 11.07.2023
Senate of Universität Heidelberg Elects Five Vice-Rectors
Senate of Universität Heidelberg Elects Five Vice-Rectors

Law - 25.05.2023
Maximilian Haedicke Named Unified Patent Court Judge

Law - Social Sciences - 28.04.2023
'A cross-disciplinary understanding is urgently required'
’A cross-disciplinary understanding is urgently required’
An interdisciplinary glossary covering historical legal research is being compiled at the University of Münster The Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Legal Unity and Pluralism" at the University of Münster is committed to interdisciplinary exchanges and international networking in the field of comparative historical legal research.

Campus - Law - 22.03.2023
Senate confirms Vice-President
Senate confirms Vice-President

Law - 01.03.2023
DFG Funds Twelve-Volume ’Handbuch des Staatsrechts’

Law - 22.02.2023
Minute of silence in memory of the beginning of the war in Ukraine
Minute of silence in memory of the beginning of the war in Ukraine

Law - 08.12.2022
'Some actions may be violence in the legal sense, but are not automatically punishable'
’Some actions may be violence in the legal sense, but are not automatically punishable’
Legal scholar Frank Zimmermann on the criminal law assessment of the current climate protests.

Law - 28.11.2022
Special Tribunal for the Punishment of the Crime of Aggression against Ukraine?

Law - Campus - 23.11.2022
New Schlegel professor at the University of Bonn
New Schlegel professor at the University of Bonn

Event - Law - 02.11.2022
Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin to Participate in the World Congress against the Death Penalty

Criminology / Forensics - Law - 14.10.2022
Are all escape helpers criminals?
It is a well-known phenomenon: people coming to Europe from Afghanistan, Iran or Syria are, in the majority of cases, dependent on help from traffickers.

Law - Event - 07.10.2022
Nobel Peace Prize 2022 for 'Memorial'
Nobel Peace Prize 2022 for ’Memorial’

Law - 09.09.2022
Freie Universität Berlin to Continue Using the Video Conferencing Platform Webex

Environment - Law - 07.06.2022
'I would give nature rights'
’I would give nature rights’
Jens Kersten, an expert in constitutional law, conducts research into the environment and society in the Anthropocene - and supports an international movement to provide nature with better legal protection.

Event - Law - 11.05.2022
Conference on Law as Culture
Conference on Law as Culture

Law - Campus - 20.04.2022
Outstanding Success at International Moot Court
Outstanding Success at International Moot Court

Law - 24.03.2022
European Regulatory Approach to Trustworthy AI in Public Administration
Freiburg researchers collaborated on European Law Institute model rules on artificial intelligence, to be presented in a webinar in April The European and global legal community is currently engaged

Law - Social Sciences - 18.03.2022
’Putin is abusing international law’

Law - History / Archeology - 27.10.2021
Sadness at passing of former University President, Emeritus Professor Hans-Ludwig Schreiber
Sadness at passing of former University President, Emeritus Professor Hans-Ludwig Schreiber

Criminology / Forensics - Law - 17.09.2021
Claus Kress appointed as Special Adviser to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court

Law - Research Management - 06.09.2021
Is equality just?: Research project examined legal systems in 16 different countries
Is equality just?: Research project examined legal systems in 16 different countries

Law - 30.08.2021
Ajla ¦krbic Awarded the Georg Forster Research Fellowship by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Law - History / Archeology - 12.07.2021
'Legal unity is not the only good thing': Peter Oestmann on the content and the aims of the new Käte Hamburger Kolleg
’Legal unity is not the only good thing’: Peter Oestmann on the content and the aims of the new Käte Hamburger Kolleg

Campus - Law - 21.05.2021
First-Rate Tutoring Before Law Exam

Law - Event - 23.03.2021
Hanjo Hamann Is Named Rising Researcher of the Year 2020

Law - Campus - 12.02.2021
Prosecutor of the Nuremberg Trials receives Honorary Doctoral Degree at Cologne

Health - Law - 17.12.2020
Interdisciplinary perspectives on the Corona pandemic
Interdisciplinary perspectives on the Corona pandemic

Law - Social Sciences - 15.07.2020
Land reform in Colombia following 2016 Peace Accord
Land reform in Colombia following 2016 Peace Accord

Administration - Law - 03.06.2020
TUM shapes digital administration for the new decade
TUM Center for Digital Public Services The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has established a unique research center for the digitalization of public administration.

Health - Law - 23.03.2020
'Any intervention in civil liberties must be proportional'
’Any intervention in civil liberties must be proportional’

Law - 16.03.2020
Botanischer Garten vorerst geschlossen
In a recent publication, Nora Markard , Professor of International Public Law and International Human Rights Protection at the University of Münster, looked at the issues of sea rescues, places of safety and the behaviour of the European Union (EU).

Law - Campus - 25.11.2019
Honorary Doctorate for Ryuji Yamamoto
Honorary Doctorate for Ryuji Yamamoto

Law - Innovation - 11.07.2019
New chair at the interface between IT and law
New chair at the interface between IT and law

Law - 12.06.2019
Academic career: the path to a professorship
Academic career: the path to a professorship

Campus - Law - 04.06.2019
Universität Heidelberg Senate Elects Four New Vice-Rectors
Universität Heidelberg Senate Elects Four New Vice-Rectors

Law - 24.05.2019
Legalization of Homosexuality in India

Law - Religions - 21.03.2019
"I would never otherwise have asked how important religion is in law."
Anyone entering the office of law scholar Nils Jansen can see at a glance: hard work is done here. The director of the Department of Legal History at the University of Münster has books, journals, and a notebook spread around his desk in a semicircle and stacked up in piles.

Law - 14.01.2019
European Values under Pressure?

Law - 08.01.2019
Break or Make Moment for Europe - Europe before the elections in 2019

Mathematics - Law - 02.05.2018
Professor Günter M. Ziegler Elected President of Freie Universität Berlin

Law - History / Archeology - 21.11.2017
George Sarton Medal for Czeguhn

Social Sciences - Law - 04.09.2017
United Nations - Past, Present, Future

Law - Career - 04.07.2017
Management board salaries rising at a slower pace than corporate profits
Management board salaries rising at a slower pace than corporate profits
Research news The salaries of DAX management board members rose by only 1 percent last year, although the profits earned by their companies increased by 25 percent.