The organizational units of the Faculty of Law comprise the departments and the groupings.
The Faculty of Law is divided into three departments: Private Law, Public Law and Criminal Law. The respective departmental assemblies are composed of all lecturers, two assistants, a representative of the administrative staff and a delegate of the students of the respective subject area.
Their tasks include, in particular, the planning of the range of lectures, development planning and the promotion of young academics in their fields as well as the application for teaching assignments to the Faculty Assembly.
|Private Law||Prof. Dr. iur. Corinne Zellweger-Gutknecht||Chairman of the Private Law Department|
|Public Law||Prof. Dr. Daniela Thurnherr, LL.M.||Chair of the Public Law Department|
|Criminal Law||Prof. Dr. Bijan Fateh-Moghadam||Chairman of the Department of Criminal Law|
Faculty members are entitled to co-determination in the handling of faculty and university business. They exercise their co-determination in groups, whose representatives can take part in various committees and commissions with voting rights. Each group has a chairman and thus a contact person for questions and organisational matters.
|Group I||Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wohlers (Dean)|
|Group II||Judith Natterer Gartmann|
|Group III||Angela Agostino-Passerini|
|Group IV||Esther Jundt|
|Group V||Pascal Notz|
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