Prof. Dr. Dagmar Richter

e.o. Professor (University of Heidelberg)

Formal Qualification: First State Exam in Law (Heidelberg); Second State Exam in Law (Stuttgart). Doctorate in Law and habilitation (both University of Heidelberg) with the authorization to teach (venia legendi) “German and Comparative Public Law, International Law and Modern Constitutional History”.

Activities: Junior researcher at the German University for Administrative Sciences in Speyer; scholarship at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. Senior Assistant at the University of Heidelberg; Margarete von Wrangell-Scholarship by the Land of Baden-Württemberg. Research Fellow at the Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. Temporary Professor at the Universities of Heidelberg, Frankfurt/Main, Bielefeld, Bremen, FU Berlin and St. Gallen (CH). Full Professor at the Institute for Legal Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw) and member of the Scientific Board. Freelance researcher, academic teacher and publicist.

Main Fields of Research: Numerous publications in public international law and European Law, particularly in international human rights law, national minorities law, anti-discrimination law, as well as in German and Swiss constitutional law including comparative public law.