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Prof. Dr. Andreas L. Paulus

Portrait of Prof. Dr. Andreas L. Paulus

Justice of the First Senate

Born in Frankfurt am Main in 1968

1988-1994Studied law in Göttingen, Geneva and Munich
1994First State Examination in Law
1996Second State Examination in Law
1996Research assistant at the Institute of International Law of Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich)
1996-1997Research fellow at Harvard University (Cambridge)
1999-2005Senior research assistant at the Institute of International Law of Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich)
2000Dr. iur. (Munich);
Doctoral thesis: “Die internationale Gemeinschaft im Völkerrecht” (“The international community in international law”)
Received the Faculty Award
2000Counsel for Germany in the LaGrand case (Germany v. United States of America) before the International Court of Justice
2000-2005Teaching assignment at Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich)
2003/04Visiting assistant professor at the University of Michigan Law School, (Ann Arbor)
2003Awarded a Bavarian Postdoctoral Scholarship (Bayerischer Habilitationsförderpreis)
2004Adviser for Germany in the Certain Property case (Liechtenstein v. Germany)
2006Habilitation in Munich;
Professorial thesis: “Parlament und Streitkräfteeinsatz in rechtshistorischer und rechtsvergleichender Perspektive” (“Parliament and the deployment of armed forces from a historical and comparative perspective”)
Venia legendi for Public Law, International and European Law, Constitutional History and Legal Philosophy
since 2006Professor at Georg August University (Göttingen), Chair in Public Law with a focus on international law
since March 2010Justice of the Federal Constitutional Court