Berliner Seminar Recht im Kontext

The Berliner Seminar Recht im Kontext provides a forum for testing new inquiries and approaches within a select group of interested scholars. German and international guests present their work at its regularly scheduled, monthly evening sessions. These lectures spawn intensive discussions, which are followed by a reception offering a chance for informal conversation.

Scholars of various disciplines with established interests in context-sensitive legal research are personally invited to take part in the sessions of the Berlin Seminar of Recht im Kontext. We also regularly invite practitioners interested in the scholarly encounter of law and its contexts – including attorneys, journalists and public administrators – to join us.

 

 

Speakers of the Berliner Seminar Recht im Kontext since 2010

Robert Alexy / Marietta Auer / Omri Ben-Shahar / Judith Beyer / Nehal Bhuta / Julie Billaud / Armin von Bogdandy / Alejandro Chehtman / Jane Cowan / Petra Dobner / Julia Eckert / Marie-Claire Foblets / Günter Frankenberg / Thorsten Hüller / Tatjana Hörnle / Dieter Grimm / Valentin Groebner / Wolfgang Kaleck / Alexanda Kemmerer / Markus Krajewski / Mordechai Kremnitzer / John H. Langbein / Susanne Lepsius / Hanna Lerner / Marcus Llanque / Martin Loughlin / Daniel Markovits / Naoko Matsumoto / Christopher McCrudden / Linda Mulcahy / Peter Niesen / Anne Peters / Ulrich K. Preuß / Morten Rasmussen / Wojciech Sadurski / Dominique Schnapper / Dieter Simon / Alec Stone Sweet / Silvia Tellenbach / Antoine Vauchez / Rainer Wahl / Gerhard Wagner / Richard H. Weisberg / Christine Windbichler / Teng-Chieh Yang / Johannes Zöttl / Peer Zumbansen