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Institution: Georg-August-University Göttingen

Period of stay: 14 January - 15 December 2023











Jan-Henrik Hinselmann is a PhD candidate at Georg-August-University Göttingen where he worked as a Research and Teaching Fellow (2017-2021), mainly in Constitutional Rights Law and Foreign Relations Law. He was assistant to Commissioner August Reinisch during the 72nd Session of International Law Commission (2021) and graduated in International Legal Studies from New York University (2022) on a full scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Since 2022, Jan-Henrik teaches Public International Law and European Union Law at Europa-Kolleg Hamburg and serves as Editor at Völkerrechtsblog. Before his stay at the Lauterpacht Centre, funded by the FAZIT Foundation, he was a Visiting Researcher at PluriCourts Oslo.

Research Area:

International courts; judicial methods; legal theory; legal culture

Research Title:

Interpretation and Construction in International Law and Legal Thought


‘Climate Protection of Central Banks Through the Central Bank Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) from a Perspective of Global Administrative Law’, 52 NETHERLANDS YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (Springer 2023) (forthcoming)

‘Structure and Style of Advisory Opinions by the International Court of Justice’, in MAX PLANCK ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INTERNATIONAL PROCEDURAL LAW (Oxford University Press 2023) (together with Andreas L. Paulus) (forthcoming)

‘Solidity and Solidarity in the European Union’, in: A. Paulus (ed.), BECK’SCHES EXAMINATORIUM, Staatsrecht III mit Bezügen zum Völker- und Europarecht, 2nd Ed. 2021 (“Foreign Relations Law”) (in German)

‘International Integration and Its Counter-Limits: A German Constitutional Perspective’, in Curtis A. Bradley (ed.), OXFORD HANDBOOK OF COMPARATIVE FOREIGN RELATIONS LAW (Oxford University Press 2019) (co-authored with Andreas L. Paulus)

‘International Law and European Law Aspects of the Integration of Maritime Emissions into the EU- Emission-Trading System – The Proposal of the EU-Commission COM 2013 (480)’, Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht, 473 (2014) (in German)

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