Volume 11 | Much ado about nothing?
- Brand: Dr. Mark C. Hilgard | Stiftung der Hessischen Rechtsanwaltschaft
- Availability: 9 In stock
- SKU: 9783863762674
The present volume 11 of the publication series of the Foundation of the Hessian Lawyers' Association is based on a student essay competition advertised by the foundation in 2019 on the topic "Much ado about nothing? A firework of arguments on collective punishment in sport”. Prof. Dr. Anne Jakob, specialist...
The present volume 11 of the publication series of the Foundation of the Hessian Lawyers' Association is based on a student essay competition advertised by the foundation in 2019 on the topic "Much ado about nothing? A firework of arguments on collective punishment in sport”. Prof. Dr. Anne Jakob, specialist lawyer for sports law, and Dr. Jörg Dauernheim, co-editor of the "Reichert-Handbuch des Vereins- und Verbandsrechtes", selected the four works presented here from the many submissions from all over Germany in the essay competition; the Foundation of the Hessian Lawyers' Association has awarded them a cash prize and is pleased to make this volume accessible to a broader public. Axel Hellmann, board member of Eintracht Frankfurt Fußball AG, took over the patronage.
- Title: Proposals for the reform of asylum law in Germany
- Author: Nebahat Cakir, Monique Peitzmeier, Dr. Kevin Bork, Lukas Straub, Nils Winkler, Johannes Knierbein, Michael Knierbein
- Series: Series of publications by the Hessian Bar Association
- Edition: 1st edition
- Band: 11
- Publisher: Dr. Mark C Hilgard
- Reviewer: Prof. dr Anne Jacob, Dr. Jörg Dauernheim
- Released: 1st edition 09/10/2020
- Subject: Law
- Product Type: Book (Hardcover)
- Type of product: Collection
- Language: German
- Binding: Softcover (paperback)
- Dimensions: 21.0 x 14.8 cm (DIN A5)
- Scope: 184 pages
- Condition: New (shrink-wrapped in foil)
- Keywords: FIFA Disciplinary Code; ECHR; spectator exclusion; fan culture; DFB; presumption of innocence; association law; 9 point paper; sports jurisdiction; association autonomy; collective penalties; association jurisdiction; sanction law; Societies; BVerfG; Soccer; Pyrotechnics; UEFA regulation; sports law; fan collective; fan behavior; Sports
Nebahat Cakir, born in 1981, has been studying law at Bielefeld University since 2016. Here she works as a student assistant at the Chair of Public Law, European Law, International Law, Comparative Law and Legal Policy. She is a scholarship holder of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Monique Peitzmeier, born in 1996, has been studying law at Bielefeld University since 2016. From January 2019 to March 2020 she worked as a student assistant at the Chair of Civil Law, German and European Legal History and Private Insurance Law. She is a scholarship holder of the Studienfonds OWL foundation.
Dr. Kevin Bork, born in 1990, studied law at the Goethe University in Frankfurt. He received his doctorate there in 2019 alongside his work as a research assistant. He is a member of the PRICL research group and has been a legal trainee in the
OLG district of Frankfurt since 2019.
Lukas Straub, born in 1989, studied law at Goethe University Frankfurt and at Linköpings Universitet, Sweden. He was a research associate at the Goethe University in Frankfurt and a member of an EU-funded research program. He has been a legal trainee in the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt since 2018.
Nils Winkler studied law at the University of Hamburg. The native East Frisian is currently a doctoral student at the Chair of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law. In Hamburg he works for Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR), where he works in the sports department for radio programs.
Michael Knierbein, born in 1991, studied law at the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the University of Oxford (UK). Doctorate 2020 on a capital market law topic. He has been a legal trainee at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court in Hamburg since 2019.He is a member of the fan and support department of Eintracht Frankfurt eV.
Johannes Knierbein, born in 1997, has been studying law at the University of Passau since 2016. He focused on criminal and corporate law. He is a member of the fan and funding department of Eintracht Frankfurt e.V.
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