Possible Meaning and Implications of Global Constitutionalism

Mon, Mar 30, 2009, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Kerstetter Room, Marx Hall
Ingolf Pernice is professor at the Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin on the chair for Public law, International and European law since 1996. He has served as a member of the Legal Service of the European Commission during ten years and held the chair for Public law, International and European law at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University of Frankfurt a.M. for three years. As Director of the Walter Hallstein-Institut for European Constitutional Law, which he founded in 1997 (www.whi.eu), and coordinator of the European Constitutional Law Network (www.ecln.net) he deals with international environmental law and, in particular, with the European constitutional process. He has published numerous articles on these issues and given practical advice to the German government and to the European institutions. He is editing three series of books making the contributions to the annual symposia (ECLN-series) and the lectures of heads of state and government (Humboldt-Reden zu Europa) and of other specialists of European affairs (Forum Constitutionis Europae), which he organizes, available to the public. He is member of the Advisory Board of several journals and involved in three master-programs for European studies. He is acting as the agent for the German Parliament to defend the Treaty of Lisbon in the case pending before the German Federal Constitutional Court. Co-sponsored with LAPA
Ingolf Pernice (Humboldt University, LAPA)

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