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„Academic Freedom is a fundamental pillar of democratic society and a foundational principle for modern science and scholarship.”

The Extent of State Control Through Law and Courts on the Arbitral Process with Regard to National, International and A-National Arbitration.

Hiroshi Naito spent one year at Bucerius and researched on criminal procedures.

Bucerius students have set the bar high in 2019 in the Law Without Walls (LWOW)

competition.

James Linscott, the current Anglo-American Lecturer in the Bucerius Law School Foreign Language Communication Programme, was involved in updating The...

The Bucerius Law Journal (BLJ) is a student-run law review edited by Bucerius students. It is supported by a board of advisors made up of professors...

Dr. Linda Kuschel, LL.M. (Harvard) will join the Bucerius Law School faculty on June 1, 2019 as a junior professor in the area of law and...

Bucerius Law School and Boston College have been working together since 2003 and, thanks to this cooperation, nearly 50 students have been able to...

Legal Scholar from Bucerius Law School received Science Prize 2019 of the German Bundestag

Hohenstatt, Junker and Wenzler build new Board of Directors, Hartung will continue work closely with the Bucerius Center on the Legal Profession