• Prof. Dr. Margrit Schulte Beerbühl

    Die weltweite Dimension der Hamburger Krise von 1799 und die Suche nach alternativen Konfliktösungen


  • Dr. Jonathan Benney

    Projet: The transition from law to stability in conflict resolution in China


  • JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš Gábriš

    Projet: Judicial and Extra-Judicial Practice of Conflict Resolution in the 11-13th Century Hungary


  • Prof. Dr. Mark Godfrey

    Professor in Legal History

  • Prof. Dr. Ingo Heidbrink

    Projet: Extrajudicial and Judicial Conflict Resolution in the Context of International Marine Resources


  • Prof. Dr. Livia Holden

    Projet: Justice in Pakistan: state and non-state law

    Livia Holden looks at law as interconnected with other social phenomena within and beyond state law. She focuses on legal diversity and its implications for gender, human rights and governance in South Asia and in the diasporas. She is interested in the notion of legitimacy as pragmatically transpiring from people’s use of law – broadly envisioned as to include state- and non-state-law – for implementing hegemony as well as for enacting resistance. Her main questions are: How are rights and duties formulated and implemented? How does ideology impact people’s construction of rights? What is the role of culture? Currently she is working on justice and governance in Pakistan.


  • Prof. Shusuke Kakiuchi

  • Dr. Stefan Kroll

    Projet: International Law and Religious Freedom

  • Dr. Tyler Lange

  • Dr. Harald Maihold


  • Prof. Dr. Massimo Meccarelli

    Projet: Juridical dimensions of justice in intercultural contexts. A field of action for the legal history


  • Dr. Frank Schreiber

    Project: Consensual approaches to conflict in proceedings in social welfare courts

  • Prof. Dr. DDr. h.c. Gerhard Thür

  • Dr. Sascha Weigel

    Entraîneur, coach, conseiller, médiateur
    Project: Mediation founded in transaction analysis in the application field of organisation

  • Dr. Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz

    Projet: Case study ‘Hollandish shippers entangled in a trial in Danzig with the Danish, Polish and Swedish kings. Trade, law and diplomacy in the 1560s’