Researchers from Constitutional and Administrative Law Department visit Max Planck Institute in Heidelberg
From 18 to 20 May seven researchers from the Constitutional and Administrative Law Department were in Heidelberg where they visited the Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law).
This institute is one of the world’s most renowned research institutes in the field of (international) public law.
At the Max Planck Institute in Heidelberg, both established and junior researchers carry out research on a wide range of subjects concerning European and international law. In addition, the institute houses the largest legal library in the world, where almost all books on public law can be found. Geerten Boogaard, Michal Diamant, Gert Jan Geertjes, Marina den Houdijker, Alke Metselaar, Ingrid Leijten and Jerfi Uzman visited this library for their (doctoral) research. They also attended the Referentenbesprechung, where each week employees and guests of the institute meet to discuss important developments in public law.
The visit to the Max Planck Institute was organised by the International Relations Committee of the Constitutional and Administrative Law Department.