Last modified: February 19, 2019

Courses

Summer Term 2019

 

10752 Vertiefungsvorlesung im Völkerrecht (englisch): Current Challenges for International Law

UL 9, E 25

Termine: montags von 8 – 12 Uhr an folgenden Terminen:

             8.4., 15.4., 13.5., 17.6., 24.6., 1.7.

Prüfung: anschließende Studienarbeit möglich. Klausur für internationale Studierende.

10751 Kolloquium mit Praktikern

UL 9, E 23

Termine: dienstags und donnerstags von 10 - 12 Uhr an folgenden Terminen:

               (Di, 9.4., Do, 11.4., Di, 16.4., Do, 18.4., Di, 23.4, Di, 11.6., Do, 13.6., Di, 18.6., Do, 20.6., Di, 25.6., Do, 27.6., Di, 2.7., Do, 4.7.)

Prüfung: In dieser Veranstaltung wird keine Studienarbeit angeboten.

10754 Blockseminar: Die Völkerrechtskommission der Vereinten Nationen (ILC) - Motor oder Protokollantin des Völkerrechts?

UL 9, E 23

Besprechungstermin: Do, 7.2., 16 Uhr, UL 9, Raum E 23

Termine: Fr., 21.06.2019, 8 - 20 Uhr; Sa., 22.06.2019, 8 - 20 Uhr, UL 9, E 23

Prüfung: Vorausgehende oder anschließende Studienarbeit (Ausgabe der Themen für vorausgehende Studienarbeiten: 25.2.)

10753 Exkursion zu Internationalen Organisationen nach Genf

6. – 10. Mai 2019

Bitte melden Sie sich bei Interesse bis zum 01.03.2019 per E-Mail an Jan Cludius cludius@rewi.hu-berlin.de.

10801 Doktorandenseminar

Das Doktorandenseminar findet im September statt. Der genaue Termin wird zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt bekannt gegeben.

 


10750 Vorlesung Europäisches und Internationales Investitionsrecht [Beginn: 2. Mai 2019]

 

Raum 139a, BE2 (Kommode)

Blockveranstaltungen im Raum 210 und 326, UL 9 (Altes Palais)

Dr. Tillmann Rudolf Braun, MPA, und Prof. Dr. Steffen Hindelang, LL.M.

Termine: donnerstags von 18 bis 20 Uhr sowie im Block an folgenden Terminen:

Do., 2.5., Block: Fr., 3.5. 14:00-18.00 und Sa., 4.5., 9:00-12:00 (Raum 210), Do., 9.5., Do., 16.5., Do., 23.5., Do., 6.6., Block: Fr., 7.6. 14:00-18:00 Uhr und Sa., 8.6. 9:00-12:00 Uhr (Raum 326), Do. 14.6., Do., 21.6., Do., 27.6.

Prüfung: Studienarbeit möglich; mündliche Prüfung für LL.M.-/Erasmus-Studierende

Winter Term 2018/19

During the winter term 2018/19, Professor Nolte is on a research sabbatical. His courses are held by Prof. Dr. Thomas Burri.

 

10 740 + 10741 Foundations of International Law and Main Fields of International Law (englisch)

Lecture, Prof. Dr. Thomas Burri, Thursdays, 12 – 2 p.m., BE 2, 140/142 (Begin: 25 Oct. 2018)

 

This course deals with the basic principles, the subjects and the sources of international law and introduces the structure of the United Nations, the law of human rights and State responsibility as well as principles of humanitarian law. Along with this lecture, the training course “Völkerrecht in Fällen” is held. 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 (the written exam will take place on Thursday, 5 February at 2 p.m. in room E 23, UL 9).

10743 European Economic Law, in particular the Single Market and Competition Law

Lecture, Prof. Dr. Thomas Burri, Wednesdays, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m., BE 2, 140/142 (Begin: 24 Oct. 2018)

This lecture deals with some more in-depth questions of European economic law based on the knowledge and competencies already obtained in the lecture of European law. The focuses of this course are the fundamental freedoms of the single market, complementary harmonization of legislation as well as the foundations of the competition law (anti-trust law and state aid law).

Examination: Written exam for Erasmus students and LL.M./M.LL.P. students (the written exam will take place on Friday, 8 February at 2 p.m. in room E 23, UL 9).

10522 Introduction to Academic Work – Classic Cases before the International Court of Justice

Block seminar, Prof. Dr. Thomas Burri, E 23.

This seminar (categorized as “Schlüsselqualifikation”) aims to introduce students to academic working methods in preparation for writing a seminar or research paper in the course of the “Schwerpunkt”-studies. Students are expected to give a presentation on 1-2 classic cases before the International Court of Justice and write a short seminar paper of 15 pages. During the seminar, they will also be able to learn about the important decisions of the ICJ and obtain an overview of the development of the case-law.

Further information will be provided at the preliminary meeting at the beginning of the semester (31 Oct. 2018, 10 a.m. - 12, E 23)

Meeting 1: Preliminary Meeting: 31 Oct. 2018, 10 a.m. – 12 Meeting 2: Introduction to the topics, the assignment of the topics: 30 Nov. 2018, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., Meeting 3: Presentation and discussion on the topic of the seminar papers: 18 Jan. 2019, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., Meeting 4: Presentation and discussion on the topic of the seminar papers: 19 Jan. 2019, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., UL 9, E 23.

 

10722 European Administrative Law

Lecture, Dr. Felix Lange, Wednesdays, 10 a.m. – 12, E 25; Examination: subsequent submission of a research paper.

 

10824  Arbeitsgemeinschaft  Übung: Völkerrecht in Fällen

Training course, Janina Barkholdt and Julian Kulaga, Thursdays, 8 a.m. – 10 a.m., BE 2, 140/142 (Begin: 1 Nov. 2018)

10331 Begleitende AGen Ö-Recht III

Mondays, 12- 2 p.m., UL 9, E25 Julian Kulaga

Mondays, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., UL 9, 210 Julian Kulaga

Thursdays, 4 p.m.-6 p.m.,  BE 2, E42 Julian Kulaga

Thursdays, 4 p.m.-6 p.m.,  BE 2, E44/46 Janina Barkholdt

Thursdays, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., BE 2, E34 Julian Kulaga

Thursdays, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., BE 2, E44/46 Janina Barkholdt

 

 

 

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