Andreas Fischer-Lescano

Prof. Dr.

Project leader
Transnational Force of Law

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Lex digitalis

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Since 2008, managing Director of the Center of European Law and Politics and Professor for Public Law, European Law, International Law and Legal Theory at the University of Bremen.

University studies in law in Tübingen, Madrid, Frankfurt a.M. und Florence.

Research interests: Public law, European law, transnational law, human rights law, legal philosophy and legal theory.

Languages: German, English, Poruguese and Spanish

 

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Projektbezogene Publikationen

Article

2014 Der Kampf um die Internetverfassung
Juristenzeitung 69, pp. 965-974.

Book

2013 Rechtskraft
Berlin: August Verlag.

Book chapter

2016 Putting proportionality in proportion: whistleblowing in transnational law
in: Blome / Fischer-Lescano / Franzki / Markard / Oeter (eds.): Contested Regime Collisions. Norm Fragmentation in World Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 324-346.

Book chapter

2016 The Struggle for Transnational Social Rights
in: Fischer-Lescano/Möller (eds.): Transnationalisation of Social Rights. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 11-48 (co-authored with Kolja Möller).

Book chapter

2016 Gerechtigkeit im Kontext: Positives Recht.
in: Goppel/Mieth/Neuhäuser (eds.): Handbuch Gerechtigkeit. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler (forthcoming).

Edited Volume

2016 Transnationalisation of Social Rights
Cambridge: Intersentia (co-edited together with Kolja Möller).

Edited Volume

2016 Contested Regime Collisions. Norm Fragmentation in World Society
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (edited together with Kerstin Blome, Nora Markard and Stefan Oeter).

Article

2018 Natur als Rechtsperson. Konstellationen der Stellvertretung im Recht
in: Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht 4/2018, pp. 205-216.

Article

2017 Subjektlose Rechte
in: Kritische Justiz 4 (2017), pp. 2-23.

Book chapter

2017 Digitales Panoptikum
in: Bertram Lomfeld (ed.), Fälle der Gesellschaft , Tübingen: Mohr & Siebeck 2017, pp. 17-27.

Edited Volume

2018 Gegenrechte. Recht jenseits des Subjekts
Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck