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Holder of the Chair

Professor Dr. Christoph Safferling

Prof. Safferling has held this Chair since 2015. Prior to that, he was professor for criminal law, criminal procedure, international criminal law and public international law at the Philipps-Universität in Marburg.

In addition to his extensive teaching and research activities, Prof. Safferling also holds numerous offices outside the university.

Born 1971; married to Helga Weinland-Safferling; three children.

Studied Law in Munich and at the London School of Economics.

Research Associate with Professor Greenwood at the LSE.

Doctorate at the LMU in Munich in 1999 with Professor Dr. Simma.

2nd state examination in Munich in 2000.

Senior research associate at Hanover University 2000-2002.

Senior research associate at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg 2002-2006 (Chair of Professor Dr. Streng)

Appointment as a Whitney R. Harris International Law Scholar of the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, N.Y., USA, 2005.

“Habilitation” in Erlangen in June 2006; received the venia legendi to teach Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, International Criminal Law, International Public Law and Comparative Law; Habilitation Award (Konrad Keller Prize) 2006.

“Preis für gute Lehre” recognizing excellence in teaching, awarded by the Bavarian Minister for Science, Research and the Arts, 2006.

From 2007-2015, university professor (W3 grade) for Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, International Criminal Law and Public International Law at Philipps-Universität in Marburg, and Director of the International Research and Documentation Centre for War Crimes Trials at the Phillips-Universität, Marburg.

Spokesperson for the Council of Museums of the City of Nuremberg Memorium Nuremberg Trials.

Member of the Arbeitskreis Völkerstrafrecht.

Of Counsel with the firm Salleck & Partner in Erlangen in the field of White-Collar Crime/Compliance.

July 2010 – November 2011 Spokesperson of the academic founding commission for the planning of the UN Nuremberg Principles Academy of the Foreign Office and the City of Nuremberg.

Since 11 January 2012, Member of the Independent Academic Commission at the Federal Ministry of Justice for the Critical Study of the Nationalist Socialist Past.

Since 20 May 2014, Member of the Panel of Experts on the Reform of Homicide-Crimes at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection.

Since 2015, Member and Vice-President of the Advisory Board of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy.

 

Gurgen Petrossian

Staatenverantwortlichkeit für Völkermord, 2019.

Siehe hier.

Johanna Grzywotz

Virtuelle Kryptowährungen und Geldwäsche, 2019.

Siehe hier.

Irina Schulmeister-André

Internationale Strafgerichtsbarkeit unter sowjetischem Einfluss, 2016.

Siehe hier.

Benedikt Salleck

Strafverteidigung in den Nürnberger Prozessen, 2016.

Siehe hier.

Eike Christian Fesefeldt

Die Anwendung des Konzepts der Anreizung auf die Verbrechen des Völkermords und der Aggression, 2016

Siehe hier.

Francisco Javier Bedecarratz Scholz

Rechtsvergleichende Studien zur Strafbarkeit juristischer Personen, 2016.

Siehe hier.

Özgür Inan Boztas

Völkerstrafrechtliche Aufarbeitung der Handlungen der türkischen Republik an den Zaza-Aleviten in Dersim in den Jahren 1937 und 1938. (2014)

Lars Büngener

Disclosure of Evidence in International Criminal Trials – An Historical Overview, 2013.

Siehe hier.

Christine Kunst

The Protection of Victims and Witnesses at International and Internationalized Criminal Courts – the example of the ECCC, 2013.

Siehe hier.

Alena Hartwig-Asteroth

Untersuchungshaft im Völkerstrafrecht – Menschenrechtliche Vorgaben bei der Implementierung und Durchsetzung der Untersuchungshaft vor internationalen Strafgerichten, in: Ambos, Kai (Hrsg.), Beiträge zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht (IES), Band 19, 2013.

Siehe hier.

Simon Menz

Die Verantwortlichkeit der Mitarbeiter privater Militär- und Sicherheitsunternehmen nach Art. 8 ICC-Statut – Zugleich ein Beitrag zum Sonderdeliktscharakter von Kriegsverbrechen, in: Ambos, Kai (Hrsg.), Beiträge zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht (IES), Band 9, 2011.

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