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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Prof Dr Susanne Augenhofer

Winter term 2012/2013

 

Specialization 3: Civil Legal Advice and Lawmaking – obligatory chosen part and Specialization 4, Subspecialization 4b: Market and Contract Law and 4c: Company and Corporate Law

 

10681 European Contract Law

Course (2 SWS/ 2 LP) – weekly, Wednesdays, from 14.00 to 16.00

 

European Law has an increasing influence on private law. In the first part the most important conceptual problems are taken into account. The question which importance European Law can have for national private law is highlighted and which instruments are used to harmonize the law.

The second part is focusing on several aspects where the law of obligation has already been harmonized. Different aspects from the conclusion of a contract to the law of standard contract terms, the law of electronic commerce, securities trade, the law of commercial agents and sales law are taken into account. The application and enforcement of European Private Law to harmonize international private law and national civil procedure law is highlighted as for instance by the necessity of an European-autonomous interpretation of law.

In the third part an outlook will be given on a possible European (optional) contract code.

International students are welcome!

 

Location: room BE1, E 42

Reading: An organization paper  with introductional reading will be handed out at the first lecture.

Exam: written specialization exam / subsequent seminar paper.

Papers: All papers are available on www.moodle.hu-berlin.de after the lecture.

 

Specialization 3: Civil Legal Advice and Lawmaking – obligatory chosen part and Specialization 4, Subspecialization4b: Market and Contract Law and 4c: Company and Corporate Law

 

10683 German and European Antitust Law

Course (2 SWS/ 2 LP) - weekly, Tuesdays, from 14:00 to 16:00

 

The course deals with antitrust law from the national level (GWB) and the supranational level (European competition law). Besides legal considerations also the economic connections are highlighted.  

International students are welcome!

 

Location: UL 6, 2002

Reading: An organization paper  with introductional reading will be handed out at the first lecture.

Exam: written spezialisation exam / subsequent seminar paper.

Papers: All papers are available on www.moodle.hu-berlin.de after the lec

 

Universitätsrepetitorium

10 400 German Civil Code Introduction and General Part (Einführung ins Zivilrecht und BGB AT) (1st to 6th semester week)

Repetitorium (2.25 SWS / 2.25 SP)

 

Date:

Mondays, 8:00 to 12:00 from 22 October 2012 to 19 November 2012

Tuesdays, 8:00 to 10:00 from 23 October 2012 to 20 November 2012

 

10 518 Humboldt Consumer Law Clinic

Through a participation as an adviser of the Humboldt Consumer Law Clinics the students have the possibility to work on specific cases and gain practical experiences during their studies. The HCLC of the Humboldt University is the first Law Clinic in the field of consumer law.

Lectures for the preparation on advising the clients are offered during the summer term in the course of the specialization studies. In the following winter term the participants are organized into teams (2 students). In consultation with the professors and further supervisors who are fully qualified lawyers the students advise the clients. After a successful participation during both terms the students receive a certificate of participation.

The HCLC is primarily addressed to students of the specialization 3, 4a and 4b.

Organizational issues: On Thursday, the 18th October the students will visit the Consumer Association Verbraucherzentrale Berlin (Hardenbergplatz 2, 10623 Berlin). The participation is mandatory.

At the end of the semester each team will present their cases at the farewell ceremony.

Examination: For the advisory work the students receive 4 credit points (BZQ I).