Last modified: December 3, 2019

Courses

 

Winter Term 2019/20

During the winter term 2019/20, Professor Nolte is on a research sabbatical. His lectures will be held by Dr. iur. Paulina Starski, LL.B.

10 740 Foundations of International Law

Lecture, Dr. iur. Paulina Starski, LL.B, on Thursdays from 10 to 12 h, BE 2, room E42

The lecture deals with the basic principles, subjects and sources of international law, the basic principles of United Nations law, the protection of human rights, responsibility under international law, as well as principles of international humanitarian law of war. The lecture will be accompanied by the exercise course "Völkerrecht in Fällen". The lectures 10740 and 10741 are considered together as one single course.

Examination: Written exam in Public International Law for "Schwerpunkt VI" students (see https://www.rewi.hu-berlin.de/de/sp/aktuell/pruefung/sp).  Erasmus students and LL.M./M.LL.P. students.

You can find the materials in moodle.

10 741 Core Issues of International Law

Lecture, Dr. iur. Paulina Starski, LL.B, on Thursdays from 14 to 16 h, BE 2, room E42

The lecture deals with the basic principles, subjects and sources of international law, the basic principles of United Nations law, the protection of human rights, responsibility under international law, as well as principles of international humanitarian law of war. The lecture will be accompanied by the exercise course "Völkerrecht in Fällen". The lectures 10740 and 10741 are considered together as one single course.

Examination: Written exam in Public International Law for "Schwerpunkt VI" students (see https://www.rewi.hu-berlin.de/de/sp/aktuell/pruefung/sp). Erasmus students and LL.M./M.LL.P. students.

You can find the materials in moodle.

10 828 International and European Human Rights Law

Lecture, Dr. iur. Paulina Starski, LL.B, on Fridays from 14 to 16 h, UL 9, room E23

The lecture "International and European Human Rights Protection" should provide a deeper insight into the material and procedural rights of human rights protection. Current case law will be given special attention.

Content: Part I focuses on the institutional framework of human rights protection within the UN system as well as review and enforcement mechanisms established by international human rights pacts. Part II deals with human rights protection at European level. Special emphasis will be laid on the European Convention on Human Rights and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. In the course of the discussion, comparisons between the theory, dogma and case law of international human rights protection will be made.

Examination: Erasmus Students and LL.M./M.LL.P.-Students: written exam.

You can find the materials in moodle.

10 507 Introduction to Academic Work – Current Issues of International Law

Block seminar, Dr. iur. Paulina Starski, LL.B.

The Proseminar "Current Issues of International Law" allows participants to write an essay paper (20-25 pages) based on current and fundamental issues of international law (examples for the topic: interstate prohibition of violence, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, international economic law, international environmental law, state responsibility) and to hold a short presentation (10-15 min).

Dates: Preliminary meeting / final distribution of seminar topics: 31.10., 5 - 7 pm in room E 23 (Wengler Library); Submission of the seminar papers on 5.12.2019; Seminar lectures of the participants and discussion 17.01.2020, 2 - 8 pm and 18.01.2020, 8 am to 6 pm in room 144; individual meeting dates from 15 - 30 min. on 23./24.01. and 30./31.01.2020 from 8am to 6pm, Room: E 23 (Wengler Library).

Organization: please register for the seminar by e-mail to starski@mpil.de stating the name, field of study, desired topic and the matriculation number before 17 October 2019.

Examination: BZQ I course

Topics list

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10136 AG ÖI

Tue 14-16 (weekly), UL 6, room 2094, Janina Barkholdt

Tue 16-18 weekly), UL 6, room 2094, Janina Barkholdt

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10331 AG ÖIII

Mon 12-14 (weekly), UL 9, 213, Julian Kulaga

Thu 16-18 (weekly), UL 6, 2094, Julian Kulaga

You can find the materials in moodle (for Mondays)/ or moodle (for Thursdays).

10832 Excercise: International Law through Cases

Exercise on Thursdays from 8 to 10 am, BE 2, room 140/142

Janina Barkholdt and Julian Kulaga

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