Max Planck Law
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law is proud to be a member of the Max Planck Law network, while still maintaining its independence. Max Planck Law is a network of nine Max Planck Institutes engaging in legal research. Our purpose is to deepen the cooperation between the participating Institutes, raise their international visibility and strengthen the cross-institute support of our early career researchers.
Our key activities include a curriculum of research seminars and workshops, a career development programme, exchanges with leading international law faculties, support for research initiatives launched by doctoral and post-doctoral researchers, a fellowship scheme drawing high-profile international scholars into the programme and an annual research conference.
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