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Personality, Identity, and Crime
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Space, Contexts, and Crime
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Meet the Researchers


Episode 5: Clara Rigoni, Senior Researcher, De­part­ment of Criminal Law

Episode 5: Clara Rigoni, Senior Researcher, De­part­ment of Criminal Law

“We probably all agree that plurality is a major characteristic of today´s socie­ties. But what role does plurality play in criminal law? And, in particular, how can we guarantee effective crime control in socie­ties that are so diverse?”
Episode 4: Ivó Coca-Vila, Senior Researcher, De­part­ment of Criminal Law

Episode 4: Ivó Coca-Vila, Senior Researcher, De­part­ment of Criminal Law

“What types of behavior should be criminalized in western democratic states?”
Episode 3: Sofiya Kartalova, Postdoc, Department of Public Law

Episode 3: Sofiya Kartalova, Postdoc, Department of Public Law

“What is the mysterious adhesive that helps the Member States of the European Union stick together?”
Episode 2: Dominik Gerstner, Postdoc, De­part­ment of Criminology

Episode 2: Dominik Gerstner, Postdoc, De­part­ment of Criminology

“How can virtual reality experiments help us to better understand the behavior of burglars?”
Episode 1: The Directors

Episode 1: The Directors

Video series introduces the MPI for the Study of Crime, Security and Law

Call for Papers

2023 Special Issue of Justice Quarterly

Choice, Social Structure, and Crime

Submission deadline: May 31, 2022 • Further information

News & Bulletins

Under the hashtag #MeetTheResearchers, this bi-weekly video series showcases a researcher and his/her field of research and discusses why Freiburg is ...

Guest lecture by Dr. Renaud Colson (Associate Professor at the Law & Political Science Faculty, Nantes Uni­ver­sity) | Date, time: Wednesday, May 25 ...

Under the hashtag #MeetTheResearchers, this bi-weekly video series showcases a researcher and his/her field of research and discusses why Freiburg is ...

Guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Kevin Toh (Professor of Philosophy of Law, Faculty of Laws, University College London) | Date, time: Wednesday, May 11 ...

Events

National Legal Traditions and European Criminal Justice

May 25, 2022 17:00 - 19:00
Freiburg – via Zoom (link see below)

Living safely in the city of the future

New date: Oct 26, 2022 (originally: Oct 13, 2021)
Oct 26, 2022
Karl Storz Visitor and Training Centre, Berlin

Recent Publications

Journal Article
Billis, E. (2022). The limits of discretion in the investigation and prosecution of war crimes at the international level: The Mavi Marmara saga. Bergen Journal of Criminal Law & Criminal Justice, 10(1), 1–26. doi:10.15845/bjclcj.v10i1.3686
Journal Article
Leising, D., Thielmann, I., Glöckner, A., Gärtner, A., & Schönbrodt, F. (2022). Ten steps toward a better personality science - How quality may be rewarded more in research evaluation. Personality Science, (3), e6029. doi:10.5964/ps.v3i
Journal Article
Leising, D., Thielmann, I., Glöckner, A., Gärtner, A., & Schönbrodt, F. (2022). Ten steps toward a better personality science – A rejoinder to the comments. Personality Science, (3), e7961. doi:10.5964/ps.v3i
Journal Article
Landerer, L. M. (2022). The Anti-Money-Laundering Directive and the ECJ’s Jurisdiction on Data Retention: A Flawed Comparison? Eucrim - the European Criminal Law Associations' Forum. doi:10.30709/eucrim-2022-005
Journal Article
Vogel, B. (2022). Potentials and Limits of Public-Private Partnerships against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing. Eucrim - the European Criminal Law Associations' Forum. doi:10.30709/eucrim-2022-002
Journal Article
Boe, M. (2022). Befangenheit bei sachlicher Vorbefassung: eine überfällige Rekalibrierung? Zugl. Besprechung zu EGMR, Rechtsache Meng v. Deutschland, Urteil vom 16. Februar 2021, Individualbeschwerde Nr. 1128/17 = HRRS 2022 Nr. 348. Onlinezeitschrift für Höchstrichterliche Rechtsprechung zum Strafrecht, 23(4), 151–158.
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