This is where you’ll find out more about the policies, institutions, values and goals of a united Europe.
It involves great responsibility, also for defence lawyers: five facts about being a lawyer in Germany.
Committed only to the law: five facts about the occupation of judge in Germany.
Germany is committed to the equal participation of women not only in the UN Security Council. Three examples.
Impartially working for the good of the community: five facts about the job of public prosecutor.
This is where you will find links to current legal literature and legal regulations, general information on jurisdiction, case-law databases and directories for legal professionals.
The adoption of the Basic Law on 8 Mai 1949 marked a fresh start for Germany.
German Wikipedia took to the "drastic measure" in the hopes that the EU will amend its reform of copyright law.
Berlin-based human rights organisation ECCHR is engaged in a global fight against injustice. How does this lawyers’ initiative work?
Five facts you should know about Nuremberg and its historical legacy.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed 70 years ago. What has improved in the meantime, and which challenges still remain.