Lehre

Current Courses

Prof. Dr. Jelena Bäumler

Sustainability Governance/International Sustainability Law


This course focuses on the international regulatory approaches and intersections among the three pillars of sustainable development: economic, environmental and social law. Having developed in different contexts and by different institutions, Human Rights Law, International Environmental Law and International Economic Law each have unique structures, narratives and enforcement mechanisms.

In line with the 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals, which envisage an integrative framework for sustainable development, the course will also explore mechanisms and tools for the systemic integration of the three pillars, gender equality and recent developments in treaty lawmaking as an essential basis for a sustainable world.

Ph. D. Colloquium (Law)


Im Kolloquium stellen Promovierende ihre Forschungsvorhaben vor.

Ziel: Jede*r Promovierende ist aufgefordert, zwei Präsentationen zu halten. Im Idealfall findet die erste Präsentation in einem frühen Stadium der Arbeit an der Dissertation statt und enthält eine Vorstellung der Forschungsfrage und der ins Auge gefassten Herangehensweise.

Gegen Ende der Arbeit an der Dissertation sollte die zweite Präsentation stattfinden; dann entsprechend mit einer kurzen Vorstellung der Ergebnisse.

Further information about courses you will find in our academic portal myStudy.

Current Courses

Julieta Sarno

Sustainability Governance/International Sustainability Law


This course focuses on the international regulatory approaches and intersections among the three pillars of sustainable development: economic, environmental and social law. Having developed in different contexts and by different institutions, Human Rights Law, International Environmental Law and International Economic Law each have unique structures, narratives and enforcement mechanisms.

In line with the 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals, which envisage an integrative framework for sustainable development, the course will also explore mechanisms and tools for the systemic integration of the three pillars, gender equality and recent developments in treaty lawmaking as an essential basis for a sustainable world.

International Environmental Law


What is international environmental law? How can international law address the different environmental challenges that we are facing globally?

This course is a seminar on the role of law in the management of international environmental issues.

The emphasis will be on understanding the fundamental principles of international environmental law (IEL), focusing on the technical and practical aspects of international environmental law and policy.

The course will be instructed around different themes: after a general introduction to International Law - International Environmental Law (General Part) – the course will discuss different subfields of International Environmental Law (Special Part)

Ziel: Aim of the course is to explore a range of sources of IEL, while examining the protection of various environmental sectors, the regulation of environmentally harmful activities and the relationship between international environmental law and other aspects of international law and policy. Also, the course will include a brief overview of public international law.

Further information about courses you will find in our academic portal myStudy.

Current Courses

Ass. iur. Jan Dorwig

International Economic Law


This course focuses on important WTO cases and supplements the lecture. Each week a particular WTO case will be discussed. This will also train the technique of case resolution in international economic law.

Ziel: Students gain practical knowledge about case resolution in international economic law.

A refugee law clinic for Leuphana


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