Johannes Ungerer is the Erich Brost Lecturer in German Law and European Union Law at the Faculty of Law and St Hilda’s College. Previously, he taught and researched at the University of Bonn, where he also completed his PhD in the area of German and European law of damages (s.c.l.). He studied law in Halle and Cardiff as a Studienstiftung scholar, and graduated with the German First State Exam and a LL.M.oec. master’s degree in business and economic law. He qualified for the German judiciary and bar with the Second State Exam; his training placements included the Court of Justice of the European Union, the Bundesverfassungsgericht, the German Federal Ministry of Justice, and the law-firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Apart from several papers on Civil and European private law, his main research focuses on private international and comparative law.
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European Commission’s Infringement Proceedings Against the UK’s Internal Market Bill – Will They End up in the CJEU?
By Johannes Ungerer, Institute of European and Comparative LawOxford Business Law Blog
Coronavirus Moratoria in Private Law: Comparing the Position of Tenants in the UK and Germany
By Johannes UngererProperty Law