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Lecture “Staging Legal Knowledge”

published on March 21, 2014

Staging Legal Knowledge – From Legal Visualization
to Law & Art

DFG Villa Vigoni Round Table, Associazione Villa Vigoni: “Dimensions of Jurisprudence in Europe. A Dialogue on Structure and Medium of Jurisprudential Research Communication”, Villa Vigoni, March 21, 2014, Loveno di Menaggio, Italy (in German)

Zur Inszenierung rechtlichen Wissens – Von der Rechtsvisualisierung zu Law & Art“, DFG Gespräche, Associazione Villa Vigoni: „Formate der Rechtswissenschaft in Europa. Ein Gespräch über Form und Medium rechtswissenschaftlicher Forschungskommunikation“, Villa Vigoni, 21.3.2014, Loveno di Menaggio, Italy more →

Panel Discussion: “Data Protection, Privacy and Surveillance”

published on March 7, 2014

Panel Discussion: “Data Protection, Privacy and Surveillance”

IACL Roundtable “Constitutional Responses to Terrorism”, Harvard University, March 7, 2014, Cambridge (Mass.), United States

IACL Round Table: 6 – 7 March 2014
Harvard Law School, Boston, USA

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Lecture “European Data Protection Regulation”

published on November 19, 2013

“The global impact of the European Data Protection Regulation”, Monash University, November 19, 2013, Melbourne, Australia

Seminar on the “Global Impact of European Data Protection” at the Monash University, Cooperation with privacy experts Prof. David Lindsay and Dr. Norman Witzleb. more →

The Legitimacy of Constitutional Comparison

published on October 24, 2013

Publication: Konrad Lachmayer, Constitutional Reasoning as Legitimacy of Constitutional Comparison, German Law Journal 2013, 1463-1491 (download here: GLJ Article)

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The Culture of Costitutional Comparison

published on October 16, 2013

Presentation on “The Culture of Constitutional Comparison“, Research Group for Legal Culture, University of Bergen, Norway, October 18, 2013, contact: Prof. Jorn Oyrehagen Sunde

The presentation focused on the academic culture of constitutional comparison. The different approaches in the US and in Germany towards constitutional comparison  were compared.

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