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Welcome to the U.S.-German Summer Law School Giessen

Spend your Summer in the Heart of Europe

Caution: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all information on our website is subject to change. We will always post the latest updates on our website.


SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN THE HEART OF EUROPE ♥

The Faculty of Law at Justus Liebig University Giessen, the Marquette University Law School and the University of Wisconsin Law are looking forward to host students from all over the world for the 14th U.S. - German Summer Law School.

16th of July - 13th of August 2022

We offer four courses of which students can choose two:

  • International Economic Law & Business Transactions
  • Business Ethics and Human Rights Law
  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • International Intellectual Property Law

The program combines high-quality teaching with a wide range of cultural and social activities: During the four weeks, students will study in a familiar atmosphere and meet excellent lecturers and practitioners from all over the world. We also offer weekend trips where participants can experience Germany and its culture. Besides, they have the opportunity to attend a German language course offered at beginner's level.

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Program Outlines

Courses

The four week summer program offers courses in international and comparative law. Each student has to select two out of the four courses offered. All courses are taught in English. Besides the law classes, participants have the opportunity to attend German language courses in the afternoon (extra costs might occur). If you are interested in attending a German language course, please contact our Team.

Lecturers

All our lecturers are specialized in different areas of law. Making contact with them and joining discussions during the summer law school is a very unique feature of our program.
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Full Registration Process

Below you will get an overview about the whole application procedure divided into steps for regular as well as partial scholarship applicants. Please check by yourself in which step you're at the moment.

1st Step - Application 

To apply for our program please fill in the application document. The application start will be on the first of December 2021! Decisions on applications will be made in the order of their arrival as of the beginning of January 2022.

After submitting your application, you will receive a confirmation email stating that we received your application. We will take some time to thoroughly review your documents before we will get back to you via email in order to let you know about our decision.

 

To apply for the U.S.-German Summer Law School, please send us the following documents:

  • Application form: Download the application here 
  • your CV
  • vaccination certificate (COVID - 19)
  • motivation letter
  • a certificate of your proficiency in the English language (non-native speakers)
  • a transcript of records (optional)
  • a picture of you (optional) 

Submit your application at  

Application Deadline: May 31st 2022

 

2nd Step - Acceptance and Application Fee

After you got accepted for the program you have to transfer the application fee of 250,- Euro to our University Bank account within 14 calendar days.

Please note: Transfer fees have to be paid by the participant!

In case you would like to avoid bank fees, of course you are welcome to transfer the complete program fee in one payment. As bank transfers may take some time, a proof of payment (e.g. by sending a faxed or scanned copy of the money transfer form) will be highly appreciated.

Please note: Payments can only be made by bank transfer!

  

3rd Step - Applying for Visa

After we have received your 250,- Euro application fee payment, we will send you an invitation letter and an insurance letter. With those documents please visit your next German embassy and apply for a „Schengen VISA“ as soon as possible.

More informations at our embassy website 

Please note: If you were applying late and we are already in May, make sure that you would make an appointment at your nearest German embassy already after applying for the program. It is easier to cancel an appointment after you got rejected than getting a last-minute appointment after you got accepted.

  

4th Step - Complete your Payment

If not already done during the second step yet, please complete your payment within 28 calendar days after you got accepted to the program. Please note that transfer fees have to be paid by the participant. As bank transfers may take some time, a proof of payment (e.g. by sending a faxed or scanned copy of the money transfer form) will be highly appreciated.

 

5th Step - Making Travel Arrangements

Book your flights and prepare everything for your travel. Inform yourself in which form you need your vaccination certificate. Please let uns know when your are going to arrive in Giessen. Send us an email with your flight details so we can prepare your arrival.


6th Step - You're almost there!

Don't forget your flight and/or train tickets, VISA documents, your passport, your vaccination certificate and any medication you might need! We are looking forward to meeting you soon in Giessen!

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Cancellation Policy

If you registered for the U.S. German Summer Law School program at the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, please notice the following Terms and Conditions:

  • If you got accepted for a particular program and also accepted the offer, you need to pay a service fee of 250 €. This service fee will not be refunded under any conditions.
  • The date of a rescission during the particular year will influence the refunded amount of the already payed program fee. (until 31st March: 100%, until 30th April: 75%, until 31st May: 50%, until 15th June: 25%)
  • No refunds will be issued after the 15th June of the particular year of the program.
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Fees/Scholarships

Available: Early Bird Discount* of 250 Euro off until February 28th!

 

International Students without a scholarship

Summer School scholarship holders (partial scholarship)

Application Fee

250 Euro 250 Euro
Program Fee 1650 Euro 1000-1650 Euro**
Courses inclusive: course materials, supplementary reading list online and on USB stick 
Travel in Giessen  inclusive: free public transport within Giessen
Accommodation inclusive: accommodation in shared bedrooms, incl. WiFi
Field Trips

To Berlin and Brussels!

Due to the Covid 19 situation, all trips are subject to change.

Service inclusive:
 - health, accident and liability insurance
 - free Wi-Fi at the university campus and in your hotel
 - HelpDesk during the opening hours
 - Welcome Guide with all necessary information
 - participation in (most) social events
Credits 3 ECTS credits/course + 1 ECTS credit for the (optional) German language course (regular attendance and passing the final exams is required to receive ECTS credits)
Travel Allowance unavailable unavailable

Total Costs

1900 Euro 

1250-1650 Euro**

German language course (optional) 50 Euro 50 Euro

* Early bird discount is only applicable for non-scholarship holders and will be granted for applications that are sent until February 28th of the particular year.

** The amount of partial scholarships varies significantly due to variation in the financial grant of our sponsors.

 

Scholarships

Students, who want to participate in the U.S.- German Summer Law School, have the possibility to apply for a partial scholarship.

How to apply for a scholarship?

If you state that you wish to apply for financial subsidies in our Application Form, you need to attach the following additional documents to your application:

  • One letter of reference from one of your lecturers (written in the English language)
  • A thorough letter of motivation including your reasons to apply for the course and stating your personal financial neediness.
  • Transcripts of Records showing us your academic achievements (optional)
  • A certificate of your proficiency in the English language (for non-native speakers)

What do we take into consideration?

  • Individual students’ motivation for their participation in our Summer Law School
  • Students’ academic excellence
  • Students’ financial needs
  • Diversity in the composition of the Summer School group

What is covered by a scholarship?

A scholarship will partially reduce the total fee. The sum is set individually since it depends on the individual application and the available funds, which vary yearly. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide scholarships, which waive the complete program fee. Scholarships will not cover travel costs. 

Application deadline: May 31st 2022

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Full Registration Process

Below you will get an overview about the whole application procedure divided into steps for regular as well as partial scholarship applicants. Please check by yourself in which step you're at the moment.

1st Step - Application 

To apply for our program please fill in the application document. Decisions on applications will be made in the order of their arrival as of the beginning of January 2021.

After submitting your application, you will receive a confirmation email stating that we received your application. We will take some time to thoroughly review your documents before we will get back to you via email in order to let you know about our decision.

 

To apply for the U.S.-German Summer Law School, please send us the following documents:

  • Application form: Download the application here 
  • your CV
  • vaccination certificate (COVID - 19)
  • motivation letter
  • a certificate of your proficiency in the English language (non-native speakers)
  • a transcript of records (optional)
  • a picture of you (optional) 

Submit your application at  

Application Deadline: May 31st 2021

 

2nd Step - Acceptance and Application Fee

After you got accepted for the program you have to transfer the application fee of 250,- Euro to our University Bank account within 14 calendar days.

Please note: Transfer fees have to be paid by the participant!

In case you would like to avoid bank fees, of course you are welcome to transfer the complete program fee in one payment. As bank transfers may take some time, a proof of payment (e.g. by sending a faxed or scanned copy of the money transfer form) will be highly appreciated.

Please note: Payments can only be made by bank transfer!

  

3rd Step - Applying for Visa

After we have received your 250,- Euro application fee payment, we will send you an invitation letter and an insurance letter. With those documents please visit your next German embassy and apply for a „Schengen VISA“ as soon as possible.

More informations at our embassy website 

Please note: If you were applying late and we are already in May, make sure that you would make an appointment at your nearest German embassy already after applying for the program. It is easier to cancel an appointment after you got rejected than getting a last-minute appointment after you got accepted.

  

4th Step - Complete your Payment

If not already done during the second step yet, please complete your payment within 28 calendar days after you got accepted to the program. Please note that transfer fees have to be paid by the participant. As bank transfers may take some time, a proof of payment (e.g. by sending a faxed or scanned copy of the money transfer form) will be highly appreciated.

 

5th Step - Making Travel Arrangements

Book your flights and prepare everything for your travel. Inform yourself in which form you need your vaccination certificate. Please let uns know when your are going to arrive in Giessen. Send us an email with your flight details so we can prepare your arrival.


6th Step - You're almost there!

Don't forget your flight and/or train tickets, VISA documents, your passport, your vaccination certificate and any medication you might need! We are looking forward to meeting you soon in Giessen!

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Jayanti

Jayanti Mishra

 

from: India

Study Path: Law

  

"I made friends for life and gathered great memories that I will cherish forever"

 

Why did you choose this program?
I have always felt that learning and studying abroad and getting in touch with other countries educational systems can be one of the most enriching experiences. For me, the SLS program in Giessen presented an opportunity to study subjects that interest me and to get in touch with the German educational system. The field trips, of course, in particular made me want to be a part of the summer school program. I am glad I chose this program.

Was the participation in the Summer School useful for you? What have you gained?
My participation in the summer school has been an enriching and educational experience for me. Both, academically and personally I have gained a lot of knowledge (thanks to the great teachers!), made friends for life and gathered great memories that I will cherish forever.

Any tips for future participants?
My tip for future participants is: attend the course and participate in all events as all of them are so much fun. I advise you to make new friends, study regularly (though it will be difficult), take a jacket and an umbrella everywhere (you never know when it rains), choose courses that interest you and not the one you should take. Carry more cash and don’t forget your mensa card and bus ticket.

Please, summarize your experiences and impressions
I have had a great experience and moments I’ll cherish forever. I got to make amazing nice friends from the US, Poland, India, Belgium and all other countries of the world. The subjects were taught in-depth and the knowledge I gained will definitely be used in my home country. The summer school team was the greatest and friendliest, ever. My experience, in total, has been so great that I will always cherish and remember it.

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Francis

Francis Sinsai

 

from: Gambia

Study Path: Public International Law 

 

       "Brace yourself for a month of rewarding experiences"       


Why did you choose this program?
I chose this program because I wanted to gleam my professional experience in the field of law with further theoretical background. I was particularly interested in the nexus between businesses and other actors and how they impact human rights law.

Was the participation in the Summer School useful for you? What have you gained?
The exposure to and the discussions with people from diverse legal systems were priceless. Furthermore, the field trips allowed a greater appreciation of German history and experiences.

Any tips for future participants?
If you are doubting whether to join or not - don’t hesitate! Pack your bags and brace yourself for a month of rewarding experiences! Be prepared to spend every weekend in a different city or even different country if you want. If you get the chance, go to Hamburg! Also, remember that Germans take punctuality rather religiously!

Please, summarize your experiences and impressions
The program had an impressive balance of academic and social activities. Best of all, the friends I made here made the summer program the most rewarding.

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Hana

 

Hana Karawia 

from: Egypt

Study Path: Law 

 

"The best time of my life"

                                                                                                                   


Why did you choose this program?
I’ve chosen this program because the courses exactly matched my needs and the legal areas which I want to develop. Moreover, this program combines academics with fun times which was in the form of trips to German cities and other leisure activities.

Was the participation in the Summer School useful for you? What have you gained?
The Summer School was useful for me to a huge extent as it exposed me to essential law fields that are important for my future career and to international students whom I’ve mingled with. I have gained theoretical and practical legal knowledge as well as cultural knowledge from my international colleagues.

Any tips for future participants?
For future participants I highly advise them to depend on their cash more than on the credit card in Germany and to read the material on a daily basis.

Please, summarize your experiences and impressions
In this month, I have been able to see the German culture clearly and their system so I could say that it was eye opening for me. Also, the courses offered materials that I wouldn’t have gained in my home college. Thus, I had a great access to knowledge. Most importantly, the interaction of other students made me aware of how people think differently according to their cultural background and I have learned a lot from them.

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Marcelle

Marcelle B. Cortiano Nagakura

 

from: Brazil

Study Path: Law, IP Law and Comparative Constitutional Law


„What caught my attention was the diversity of subjects I could choose from and the opportunity to learn the German language”

 

Why did you choose this program?
I looked through a lot of summer schools this year. What caught my attention was the diversity of subjects I could choose from and the opportunity to learn the German language, too. The application process was totally accessible and the staff was helpful all time which made the application way easier.

Was the participation in the Summer School useful for you? What have you gained?
My participation in the SLS was definitely useful, both for my academic and for my personal development, as I will go back to my home country as a much more qualified student and more prepared professionally. Besides the classroom experience, I was able to live together with several amazing cultures which were new to me, and made friends from all over the world.

Any tips for future participants?
I’d say: don’t think twice before applying, because this course is without a doubt an unforgettable and irreplaceable experience. It’s not only about the courses you take - which are already excellent - but also the whole international student living, which widens your horizon and will definitely be one of the greatest choices you can do for your career and your personal growth.

Please, summarize your experiences and impressions
When I began looking for summer law courses I was planning to go to England or to the US. But then I found SLS Giessen and it was a grateful surprise. I had never been to Germany but always wanted to, so it was a perfect opportunity. The whole structure of the course is very impressive and the quality of the classes and professors is beyond any expectation I had before, so overall I can say that the SLS was definitely an awesome experience, and an essential part of my life and future career.

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FAQs

Yes. The deadline is the 31st May of the particular year.

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Credits

Upon the successful completion of the Summer Law School Giessen, you will be awarded credits [ECTS] by the University of Giessen. You will be awarded 6 ECTS credits for successfully passing your two selected courses (3 ECTS for each course) of the academic program (out of the 4 we offer) and 1 ECTS credits for the successful participation in the (optional) German language course.

ABA/ECTS

Our courses are ABA approved. Therefore, US participants will be awarded ABA credits.

Non-US participants will be awarded ECTS credits. The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System [ECTS] is a student-centered system based on the workload required to achieve the objectives of a course. The organization's aim is to facilitate student mobility and therefore simplifies the process of credit transfer. The system is based on the assumption that 60 credits equals the workload of a full-time student during one academic year. The student workload of a full-time study program in Europe approximately amounts to 40 weeks per year and in this case one credit stands for 24 to 30 working hours. For more information on ECTS please visit the homepage of the European Union.

Please note: ABA and ECTS credits will only be awarded upon passed examinations.

Transcript of Records - Grades

Your performance will be documented in percentage terms. Documentation for a conversion into ECTS/U.S. grades will be attached to the transcript.

Please note: ECTS is applied by most European higher education institutions. Furthermore, some of our partner universities outside of Europe agreed on accepting ECTS. We recommend consulting the person in charge of academic recognition of credits at your home institution to make sure that transferability of ECTS is possible before you enroll for Summer School Giessen. The Summer School Giessen team will gladly provide you and your home institution with further information on ECTS in order to implement academic recognition for academic achievements of the U.S.-German Summer Law School.

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Lecturers

All our lecturers are specialized in different areas of law. Making contact with them and joining discussions during the summer law school is a very unique feature of our program.

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Professor Anuj Desai

Anuj C. Desai is the William Voss-Bascom Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin, where he teaches in both the Law School and the iSchool (The Information School), offering classes in Cyberlaw, First Amendment, Intellectual Freedom, Statutory Interpretation, Legislation and Regulation, and Copyright.

Professor Desai writes in a variety of different areas, with a focus on understanding how social, historical, and institutional contexts shape law. His publications have appeared in the Stanford Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review, Law and Social Inquiry, Federal Communications Law Journal, Journal of Institutional Studies, and University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law. Professor Desai has served as a visiting professor at the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing, China; National Tsing Hua University Institute of Law for Science and Technology in Hsinchu, Taiwan; and National Taiwan University College of Law in Taipei, Taiwan. He is also co-director of the Law School's summer program in International and Comparative Law in Giessen, Germany.

Prior to entering academia, Professor Desai practiced law with the Seattle, Washington firm of Davis Wright Tremaine, where his practice focused primarily on First Amendment, defamation, newsgathering, copyright and trademark litigation. Before his time in private practice, he served as a legal assistant to the American judges at the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal in The Hague and clerked for the late Judge Louis F. Oberdorfer at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and Judge David S. Tatel at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. He also worked briefly in the Legal Adviser's Office at the U.S. State Department and also at the Legal Resources Centre in Grahamstown, South Africa. In addition, he has served as an administrative appellate judge, as a member of the Administrative Review Board of the United States Department of Labor; as a Senate-confirmed member of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, an independent, quasi-judicial agency of the United States Department of Justice that adjudicates claims of U.S. nationals against foreign governments; and as a member of a National Academics of Science, Engineering and Medicine's panel studying options for the future management of dual-use research of concern. 

Professor Desai is an elected member of the American Law Institute and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He received his A.B. in Mathematics from Harvard University (where he was awarded a Henry Russell Shaw Fellowship), a Master's in International Affairs from Columbia University and a J.D. from the University of California-Berkeley (Berkeley Law), where he was Editor-in-Chief of the California Law Review.

 

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Professor Edward Fallone

Professor Edward Fallone joined the faculty of the Marquette University Law School (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) in 1992. He teaches in the areas of constitutional law, corporate law, corporate crimes and immigration law, and has published frequently on these topics. He has also offered a course in International Criminal Law at the Justus Liebig University Law School in Giessen, Germany and at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Prior to joining Marquette University Law School, Professor Fallone practiced law with the firm of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in Washington, D.C., where he represented military defense contractors in securities fraud and white collar crime cases. He is a 1988 recipient of a J.D. degree from the Boston University School of Law, and he received his B.A. degree from Boston University in Spanish Language and Literature. Professor Fallone is a former President of the Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association and has been active in a variety of organizations devoted to providing legal and social services to the Hispanic community of southeastern Wisconsin. In 2013, he ran unsuccessfully for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

 

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Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn

Co-Director, Franz von Liszt Institute for International and Comparative Law; Associate Director, Centre for International Environmental and Development Research. Educated at the Universities of Mannheim, Wales (Aberyswyth, U.K.), Bonn and Heidelberg, Professor Marauhn holds a law degree (state exam, equivalent to J.D., Heidelberg), a Postgraduate Diploma in International Law and Relations (Wales), an M.Phil. in International Relations (Wales), and a Dr. iur. utr. (Heidelberg). He earned his venia legendi in public law, international and European law from the University of Frankfurt/Main.

Following a short period as Professor of Law at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, U.K.) he was appointed Professor of Law at the Justus Liebig University Giessen, Faculty of Law, in 2001. Also, he has been a visiting professor of constitutional theory at the University of Lucerne, Faculty of Law (Switzerland), since 2001, and he has been a visiting professor at UW Law School in 2005 and 2008. He served as the Dean of the Faculty of Law, in Giessen between 2006 and 2009.

Professor Marauhn has been a member of numerous councils and academies, including, among others, the German National Advisory Committee on International Humanitarian Law (since 1995), the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (currently chair), the Scientific Advisory Board of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt/Main (currently chair), and the Advisory Board on United Nations Issues of the German Federal Foreign Office (since 2008). Apart from being a book series editor (Ius internationale et europaeum) and a member of editorial boards (including the Journal of Conflict and Security Law, OUP), he has published widely in international journals and has edited many books on international law issues (among others, with CUP). His main research interests focus on international legal approaches to human rights, environment and development, and international security.

 

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Dr. Pablo Rueda-Saiz

Pablo Rueda-Saiz is a Colombian lawyer who holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from the University of California, Berkeley. He has worked for the Office of Legal Counsel at the Presidency of Colombia, as well as at the Ministry of the Interior, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and as a deputy judge at the Colombian Constitutional Court. He has taught comparative constitutional law as well as other courses on law and society at the legal studies program at U.C. Berkeley. He will be a Tinker Visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School during the Fall of 2018. He has published both in English and in Spanish on topics related to Colombian and comparative constitutional law, as well as in law and society.

 

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Dr. Adam Andrzejewski

Adam Andrzejewski is Assistant Professor at the Kozminski University in Poland, where he teaches in the Law School, offering classes in Comparative Corporate Law, International Economic Law, and Intellectual Property Law. He has also offered a course in International Intellectual Property Law at the Chile Summer Program in Santiago. Dr. Andrzejewski is also a practicing attorney-at-law. 

Adam Andrzejewski completed his legal education at the universities of Warsaw in Poland and Cologne in Germany. He graduated with distinction in 2007 and holds a law degree (J.D. equivalent). From 2008 to 2011, he was a research associate at the Institute for Public, European and Public International Law at Justus Liebig University, Giessen. He earned his Doctor juris (S.J.D. equivalent) from the University of Giessen in 2013. His doctoral thesis, supervised by Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn, was on patent auctions as an alternative business structure for intellectual property assets acquisition and sales. He received a scholarship from the federal state of Hessen for his research in Giessen and at Max Planck Institute in Munich. Throughout his preparation of his doctoral thesis Dr. Andrzejewski was supported by a scholarship from the Hesse, a federal state of Germany.

Following his legal education, Dr. Andrzejewski cooperated with GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals in Warsaw and Ernst & Young in Dublin. He also worked as an attorney-at-law in the Intellectual Property and Technology department of DLA Piper in Warsaw. 

His main research interests focuses on corporate governance in different jurisdictions, international trade law, European law, and intellectual property rights. In his private practice he has specialized in corporate law, mergers & acquisitions and intellectual property law. He advises national and international corporate clients.

 

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Jun.-Prof. Dr. Julian Scheu

Julian Scheu is Junior Professor of International Investment Law, Public International Law and Public Law at the University of Cologne and General Manager of the International Investment Law Centre Cologne (IILCC).
He studied law at the Universities of Cologne and Paris 1 (Panthéon- Sorbonne) with a specialization in international economic law (LL.M./Maîtrise en droit, 2009; Dr. jur., 2016) and is qualified to practice law in Germany (second legal state examination, 2017). His doctoral thesis on systemic integration of human rights in investment treaty arbitration was published in 2017 with the kind support of the VG Wort Science Foundation.
Prior to joining the University of Cologne he worked as legal assistant with the German Arbitration Institute (DIS) in the field of German and international arbitration. His practical experience includes acting as arbitral secretary and assistant to arbitrators, counsel and legal experts in international commercial and investment arbitration (ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, SIAC, DIS, ad hoc). His working languages are German, English and French.

 

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Dr. Sorcha MacLeod

Dr Sorcha MacLeod is an expert on business, human rights and security, particularly private military and security companies, and has published widely on this topic. She is WEOG member of the UN Human Rights Council's Working Group on the use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination. Formerly a member of the Law School at the University of Sheffield, she is currently based in Berlin where she is a Visiting Professor at Free University Berlin and at the Hertie School of Governance. From October 2019 she will be a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the University of Copenhagen.

She is an invited expert to the UN Inter-governmental Working Group on private military and security companies and participated in the drafting of the Montreux Document on private military and security companies and the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers. She has Observer Status at the International Code of Conduct Association. She has advised governments, industry and civil society organisations on business, human rights and security issues.

 

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Dr. Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt

Dr. Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt is an expert in business and human rights, in particular pertaining to the private military and security industry. She is Senior Managing Director at Human Analytics, a risk management consultancy specializing in helping public and private organizations address human rights risks associated with operating in complex environments. Currently resident in Berlin, she is also a Senior Associate at twentyfifty, the leading German management consultancy for all matters pertaining to responsible business conduct.  Until August 2019, she directed the Human Rights in Business Program housed at American University Washington College of Law’s Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law, where she led efforts to educate the legal and business communities on corporate responsibility issues and spearheaded a collaborative project to promote effective corporate human rights impact assessment.  In various capacities, she has been involved in a variety of efforts to develop national and international standards for private security providers. Her publications examine soft law initiatives in the private security industry, and her research more broadly explores the effectiveness of multi-stakeholder corporate governance. Until 2012, Dr. DeWinter-Schmitt was an Assistant Professor at American University’s School of International Service’s Peace and Conflict Resolution Program. From 1998 to 2002, she was a staff member of Amnesty International USA, first in its National Field Program and then as Program Associate to the Just Earth! Program on Human Rights and the Environment. For the last fifteen years, she has served on Amnesty International USA’s Business and Human Rights Group as a volunteer thematic expert. She received her PhD in international relations from American University’s School of International Service, and her master’s degree in political science with minors in economics and sociology from the University of Marburg, Germany.

 

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Professor Kali Murray

Professor Kali Murray is a Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School and a Co-Director of its Intellectual Property Program. Professor Murray's research agenda is focused on the "politics of participation" in a variety of different field including patent, property and administrative law. In patent law, Professor Murray is interested in how the doctrinal formation of patent law is impacted by different administrative, political, and social structures. Her work has therefore focused in on a range of issues including the impact of different administrative actors in patent law, the importance of the patent civil society's ability to participate in patent law, and the emergence of a heterogeneous policy environment in patent law, with a focus on the historical and political role of constitutional courts in shaping patent policy. Among her works, she has published a book, The Politics of Patent Law: Crafting the Participatory Patent Bargain, as a part of the Routledge Research Series in Intellectual Property Law in 2013. Professor Murray's commitment to exploring these subjects has also extended to her submission of a series of amicus briefs addressing the role of constitutional claims under 1st and 13th Amendment to limit patents in genetic information. Her current work, Infrostructure, focuses on how public rights in information are constructed. In property law, Professor Murray is focused on two primary issues. First, Professor Murray is interested in the impact of race, ethnicity and culture in the development of property law. She is co-author (with Alfred Brophy and Alberto Lopez) of a casebook, Integrating Spaces: Cases and Materials on Race and Property Law, and has written extensively in the use of social and cultural history method to explore the impact of race, ethnicity and culture on the development of property law. Second, Professor Murray is interested in the application of progressive property principles to intellectual property theory. Professor Murray is currently serving as a Committee Member on the AALS Faculty Workshop on Pre-Tenured Faculty of Color and has served as a chair for the Property Section of the American Association of Law Schools (AALS) and the Board of Directors for the Association for Law, Society and Property. She is also serving as an adviser on the Building the Bencht. Before coming to Marquette, Professor Murray joined the University of Mississippi School of Law, after engaging in private practice for four years with the law firm of Venable, LLP in Washington, D.C., as a patent litigator with a focus on pharmaceutical patent litigation. Professor Murray also served as a federal judicial clerk for the Honorable Catherine C. Blake of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland. Professor Murray holds a B.A., summa cum laude, from Johns Hopkins University, and M.A. in History from Johns Hopkins University, where her research focused on the socio-cultural formation of African-American political identity in the early national period. She received her J.D. from Duke University School of Law and was the Spring Symposium Editor for the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum.

 

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Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn

Co-Director, Franz von Liszt Institute for International and Comparative Law; Associate Director, Centre for International Environmental and Development Research. Educated at the Universities of Mannheim, Wales (Aberyswyth, U.K.), Bonn and Heidelberg, Professor Marauhn holds a law degree (state exam, equivalent to J.D., Heidelberg), a Postgraduate Diploma in International Law and Relations (Wales), an M.Phil. in International Relations (Wales), and a Dr. iur. utr. (Heidelberg). He earned his venia legendi in public law, international and European law from the University of Frankfurt/Main.

Following a short period as Professor of Law at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, U.K.) he was appointed Professor of Law at the Justus Liebig University Giessen, Faculty of Law, in 2001. Also, he has been a visiting professor of constitutional theory at the University of Lucerne, Faculty of Law (Switzerland), since 2001, and he has been a visiting professor at UW Law School in 2005 and 2008. He served as the Dean of the Faculty of Law, in Giessen between 2006 and 2009.

Professor Marauhn has been a member of numerous councils and academies, including, among others, the German National Advisory Committee on International Humanitarian Law (since 1995), the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (currently chair), the Scientific Advisory Board of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt/Main (currently chair), and the Advisory Board on United Nations Issues of the German Federal Foreign Office (since 2008). Apart from being a book series editor (Ius internationale et europaeum) and a member of editorial boards (including the Journal of Conflict and Security Law, OUP), he has published widely in international journals and has edited many books on international law issues (among others, with CUP). His main research interests focus on international legal approaches to human rights, environment and development, and international security.

 

Dr. Sorcha MacLeod

Dr Sorcha MacLeod is an expert on business, human rights and security, particularly private military and security companies, and has published widely on this topic. She is WEOG member of the UN Human Rights Council's Working Group on the use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination. Formerly a member of the Law School at the University of Sheffield, she is currently based in Berlin where she is a Visiting Professor at Free University Berlin and at the Hertie School of Governance. From October 2019 she will be a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the University of Copenhagen.

She is an invited expert to the UN Inter-governmental Working Group on private military and security companies and participated in the drafting of the Montreux Document on private military and security companies and the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers. She has Observer Status at the International Code of Conduct Association. She has advised governments, industry and civil society organisations on business, human rights and security issues.

 

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Schedule

Arrival Day: Sat, July 18 Welcome Day: Sun, July 19

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Week 1 (July 20 - 26 July)

Course Hours:
Mon-Thu
International Economics Law & Business Transactions 09.00h – 10.30h
Comparative Constitutional Law 10.45h - 12.15h
Business Ethics and Human Rights 12.30h - 14.00h
International Intellectual Property Law 14.15h - 15.45h
German language course 14.15h – 16.15h



Social/Academic Events:
Tue: Sports Day
Thu-Sun: Field Trip Berlin
Fri: City Tour by bus, Visit to a Law Office, Visit the German Bundestag
Sun: Visit to Buchenwald Memorial
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Week 2 (July 27 - August 2)

Course Hours:
Mon-Thu
International Economics Law & Business Transactions 09.00h – 10.30h
Comparative Constitutional Law 10.45h - 12.15h
Business Ethics and Human Rights 12.30h - 14.00h
International Intellectual Property Law 14.15h - 15.45h
German language course 14.15h – 16.15h



Social/Academic Events:
Tue: Campus Summer BBQ party
Thu-Sun: Field Trip Brussels
Fri: Visit the European Parliament and the European Commission
Sat: City Tour
Sun: Visit Schloss Drachenburg
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Week 3 (August 3 - August 9)

Course Hours:
Mon-Fri
International Economics Law & Business Transactions 09.00h – 10.30h
Comparative Constitutional Law 10.45h - 12.15h
Business Ethics and Human Rights 12.30h - 14.00h
International Intellectual Property Law 14.15h - 15.45h
German language course 14.15h – 16.15h



Social/Academic Events:
Tue: Laser Tag
Wed: „Study in Hessen“ event
Sat: Rhine Valley Trip (optional)
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Week 4 (August 10 - August 15)

Course Hours:
Mon-Wed
International Economics Law & Business Transactions 09.00h – 10.30h
Comparative Constitutional Law 10.45h - 12.15h
Business Ethics and Human Rights 12.30h - 14.00h
International Intellectual Property Law 14.15h - 15.45h
German language course 14.15h – 16.15h



Social/Academic Events:
Tue: T.B.A
Thu: Final Exam
Fri: Day trip EMBL (optional)
Sat: Departure Day
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Schedule

Week 1 (July 20 - 26 July)

Course Hours:
Mon-Thu
International Economics Law & Business Transactions 09.00h – 10.30h
Comparative Constitutional Law 10.45h - 12.15h
Business Ethics and Human Rights 12.30h - 14.00h
International Intellectual Property Law 14.15h - 15.45h
German language course 14.15h – 16.15h



Social/Academic Events:
Tue: Sports Day
Thu-Sun: Field Trip Berlin
Fri: City Tour by bus, Visit to a Law Office, Visit the German Bundestag
Sun: Visit to Buchenwald Memorial
Week 2 (July 27 - August 2)

Course Hours:
Mon-Thu
International Economics Law & Business Transactions 09.00h – 10.30h
Comparative Constitutional Law 10.45h - 12.15h
Business Ethics and Human Rights 12.30h - 14.00h
International Intellectual Property Law 14.15h - 15.45h
German language course 14.15h – 16.15h



Social/Academic Events:
Tue: Campus Summer BBQ party
Thu-Sun: Field Trip Brussels
Fri: Visit the European Parliament and the European Commission
Sat: City Tour
Sun: Visit Schloss Drachenburg
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