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Archive 2019


Paul Friedl elected as spokesperson of the fellows


Paul Friedl has been elected s spokesperson for the DFG Research Training Group 'Dynamic Integration Order' for the winter semester 2019/2020.

This makes Paul Friedl the first point of contact for organisational and content-related questions at the level of the fellows. The spokesperson for the fellows is elected every semester.

Inaugural retreat in the Uckermark from 19 November to 21 November 2019

19 to 21 November 2019


Immediately after the Humboldt Speech on Europe by Prof. Dr. Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos, the President of the European Court of Human Rights, on Tuesday evening, the doctoral candidates commenced their inaugural retral in the Uckermark. In addition to the presentation of several doctoral topics and comprehensive topical discussions, the focus of the retreat was on organisational aspects. As such, various modes of communication were explored; event formats designed and areas of responsibility within the group of fellows were defined.

In particular, the shared expectations towards individual and joint research projects within the framework of the DFG Graduate College 'Dynamic Integration Order' were explored. After fruitful discussions, the fellows agreed on initial objectives. 


Guest lecture by Professor Niamh Moloney: "EU Capital Market Regulation at a Crossroads? Capital Markets Union, the 2019 ESA Reform, and Brexit: Reflections at an Inflection Pint" - HUCELL

6 November 2019


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Foto Prof. Moloney


Niamh Moloney, Professor at and Dean of the Law Faculty of the London School of Economics, was a guest at the Law Faculty of Humboldt University to kick off the lecture series 'Humboldt-University Comparative and European Law Lectures (HUCELL)', now organized by the DFG Graduate College 'Dynamic Integration Order'. 

In her comprehensive lecture on Wednesday, 6 November 6 2019, Professor Moloney highlighted the legal and European policy dynamics of a project that has been the focus of much discussion in recent years: the Capital Markets Union. 

Situated in an area of tension between fragmented markets and harmonized regulatory regimes, banking and capital market law is a field of particularly dynamic developments. In addition, fuelled by the upcoming Brexit, both issues of specific regulatory as well as organisational law were discussed. 

This was followed by an engaging and in-depth discussion on the driving forces behind the European Capital Markets Union and the challenges it faces as it develops.


Ceremonial opening of the Graduate College DynamInt at the French Embassy

18 October 2019

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On 18 October 2019, the DFG Graduate College "Dynamische Integrationsordnung Europa und seine Recht zwischen Harmonisierung und Pluralisierung" (DynamInt) was officially opened with a ceremony at the French Embassy in Berlin.

Laurent Fabius, President of the Conseil constitutionnel, and Prof. Dr. Dres. h. c. Andreas Voßkuhle, President of the Federal Constitutional Court, were special guests at the event, and discussed the topic "The Development of Constitutional Jurisdiction in Europe: Changes and Challenges".


Establishment of DynamInt by the DFG


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The German Research Foundation (DFG) is establishing 13 new Graduate Colleges (GRK) to further strengthen young researchers. This was decided by the responsible Grants Committee in Bonn. The new GRKs will initially be funded for four and a half years starting in the second half of 2019 with a total of approximately 65 million euros. This includes a 22 percent programme allowance for indirect costs from the projects. One of the new consortia is an International Graduate College (IGK) with partners in Japan. 

Brexit, currency crisis, democratic deficit, "two-speed Europe" - European integration has recently suffered repeated setbacks. The GRK "Dynamic Integration Order. Europe and its Law between Harmonisation and Pluralisation (DynamInt)" aims to analyse such disintegrative processes and the insistence on national sovereignty from a legal perspective. In doing so, harmonization and pluralization of law in Europe are to be understood as equivalent mechanisms of European integration. (HU Berlin, Speaker: Prof. Dr. Matthias Ruffert)

(vgl. Pressemeldung 13/2019 der DFG)