Biography

Josef is a DPhil candidate at the Faculty of Law. His research, supervised by Professor Pavlos Eleftheriadis, is  situated in the Philosophy of the European Union. More specifically, his doctoral project examines the 'Authority of the European Union', combining European constitutional law and political theory in order to contribute to a better understanding of the nature of the EU.

 

Josef graduated from the University of Passau (First Legal State Examination, 2015). He holds a Magister Juris from the University of Oxford (MJur, 2016), where he was awarded the Herbert Hart Prize for Jurisprudence and Political Theory. Before coming back to Oxford, he took the German Bar Exam (Second Legal State Examination, Regional Court Regensburg) and clerked at the European Court of Justice (AG Kokott) as well as at the Supreme Court of Israel (President Hayut).

Publications

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  • J Weinzierl, 'Case Note on BGH, Judgment of 9th February 2017 – I ZR 91/15 – Airport Lübeck' (2019) EUI Working Paper RSCAS 125 [Case Note]
  • J Weinzierl, 'Der EuGH erklärt erstmalig nationales Recht für ungültig– Anmerkung zum Urteil des EuGH v. 26.2.2019, Rs. C-202/18 (Rimšēvičs)' (2019) EuR 434 [Case Note]
  • J Weinzierl, 'Preliminary rulings from German courts in State aid law: emerging trends' in Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti, Marco Botta (ed), EU State aid law - Emerging trends at the national and EU level (Edward Elgar 2019) (forthcoming)
  • Hans-Georg Kamann and J Weinzierl, 'Erledigung und Fortsetzungsfeststellung im Europäischen Prozessrecht' (2016) EuR 565
  • J Weinzierl and Jonas Weissenmayer, 'News from Minimum Harmonization - How the Tobacco Advertising Cases Shape the Law of the Internal Market' (2016) europeanlawblog
  • Lukas Koehler and J Weinzierl, 'The Divide over European Financial Regulation: An Economic and Legal Analysis of British Fears of Being Dominated by the Eurozone' (2016) I Cambridge Law Review 41
  • C Harler and J Weinzierl, 'The ECJ’s CDC-Judgment on Jurisdiction in Cartel Damages Cases: Repercussions for International Arbitration' (2015) EWS 121 [Case Note]

Research Interests

European Union Law (specifically EU Constitutional Law, Monetary Union and State Aid Law); Political Philosophy; Jurisprudence; Federalism

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