Ulrich Haltern holds the Chair of Public Law, European Union Law, and Philosophy of Law at Ludwig Maxilimians University München, and is Director of the Munich Center for Law and the Humanities. His research and teaching focuses on Constitutional Law, European Union Law, Public International Law, Legal Theory and Philosophy.

Haltern studied law in Bochum and Geneva, earned an LL.M. from Yale Law School (1994-95) and a Dr. iur. from Ruhr University Bochum (1998). He finished his habilitation in 2003 at Humboldt University of Berlin.

Before joining LMU in 2019, Haltern served as a Professor at the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg im Breigsau (2013-19) and Leibniz University of Hanover (2004-13). He is Inaugural Martin Flynn Global Law Professor at the University of Connecticut Law School (since 2015). Haltern was a fellow at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg in Bonn (2010-11), and at the Institute for Advanced Studies Berlin (Wissenschaftskolleg) (2012-13). He taught, among others, at Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, the University of Michigan Law School, the University of St Gallen and the University of Connecticut Law School. more

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