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Questions and Answers on International Law in the Ukraine Conflict

Question and answer session with Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kirsten Schmalenbach for students and staff of the PLUS, Friday 4th March 2022.

Due to current events, the International Law Department at PLUS gave students and staff of the Faculty of Law, Business and Economics the opportunity to ask questions on the international legal assessment of the armed conflict in Ukraine and the reactions of the international community. The lively participation enabled an interesting and extensive exchange on this topic. The discussion was held in German.

After a short introduction by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kirsten Schmalenbach, questions from the audience were asked via chat. The moderation was taken over by Maga. Sara Wissmann, research assistant at the Department of International Law.

The event was recorded and is available in the PLUS IURIS podcast by Prof. Andreas Kletecka.

Göttinger Kamingespräche on Agricultural Law

Göttinger Kamingespräche

The Institute of Agricultural Law is launching the “Göttinger Kamingespräche on Agricultural Law”, a new virtual format to further deepen the academic dialogue on agricultural law. On a monthly basis, every Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m., Prof. Martinez will interview experts on current developments in agricultural law in legislation, case law or legal practice. Participants can and should be involved in the discussion by asking questions. Click here for further informations:

Interview Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kirsten Schmalenbach // KURIER

Taliban: Do you recognise a government whose interior minister is wanted by the FBI?

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kirsten Schmalenbach was interviewed by the foreign policy editorial staff of the daily newspaper KURIER for an article on this topic.

The article was published in the 09 September 2021 issue of KURIER. You can read it under:  Link to KURIER article (paywall)

Invitation IGEIER

Radio Interview with Prof. Dr. Kirsten SCHMALENBACH

Terrorists kill. Anti-terrorist laws and their opportunities, limits and threats

On this topic, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kirsten Schmalenbach was a guest of Barbara Zeithammer on Monday, 9 November 2020 in the Ö1 live discussion programme Punkt eins.
Via the link you can listen to the programm (the Radio programme is in German).

Guest Lecturer Winter Semester 2020/2021

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesIn the winter semester 2020/2021, we were pleased to welcome a visiting professor at the Department of International Law.

Mr Priv.-Doz. Dr. Paul Gragl took over the course “Public International Law I” in the winter semester. Mr Gragl is professor of International Law, European Law and Legal Theory. Since 2018 he has been assistant professor at the Queen Mary University of London.

Paul Gragl has been a university professor at the Institute for European Law at the University of Graz since 1 April 2021.