This year's "Dies Academicus" will take place on Wednesday, 1 December, at the Faculty of Law. On this day, the Faculty's Areas of Specialisation will be presented and different paths to the state examination will be explained.
Faculty of Law
Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker new Honorary Professor at HSB
Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker has been appointed as Honorary Professor for IT Security Law at the Bremen City University of Applied Sciences from 1 October 2021. His lecturing at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics and the HSB Professional School is to include foundation courses as well as specialised, topical questions at the interface of law and technology, such as "cybersecurity and law" and "technology and information regulation".
6th Bremen Conference on Maritime Law, Haus Schütting Bremen, 28/29 October 2021
Our world is becoming more unpredictable and complex. Achieving economic success without taking into account the resulting environmental consequences is no longer acceptable.
These are also the topics of the two-day Conference on Maritime Law:
Digitalisation in Logistics and the Consequences of Climate Change for Coastal Cities.more
Annual Conference of the Association for Infrastructure Law (VIR)
The Annual Conference of the Association for Infrastructure Law (VIR) will take place on 18 November at the Fly Deck. In cooperation with the newly founded Institute for Energy, Environment and Maritime Law at the University of Greifswald (IfEUS), "Offshore Wind Energy: Planning, Promotion and Regulation as a Suitable Control Model?" will be discussed.more
Defibrillator at the Faculty of Law
A defibriallator is now available in the GW1 building. It has been installed in the corridor of block B level 0 directly in front of the place where the security guard is located / in front of the lockers on the wall.more
Seminar on Wangerooge
From 9 July to 12 July, the Research Centre for European Environmental Law together with the international law firm McDermott Will & Emery organised a seminar in the subject area "Environmental law and public economic law" on the island of Wangerooge. Within the framework of the subject "Prevention by administrative law: climate protection", current issues of climate protection law were discussed, e.g. the spectacular climate decision of the Federal Constitutional Court of March 2021. The participants inspected the coast protection measures on the island and made use of the opportunity to take long beach walks, including a bath in the North Sea.more