Valentin JeutnerUniversitetslektor, Biträdande, Attorney-at-Law, , , ,
My teaching activities relate mostly to general Public International Law and the Theory of International Law. I also teach and have taught courses on Law & Technology, European Union Law, International Energy Law, English Contract Law, English Criminal Law and Legal Philosophy.
I engage mainly in foundational research related to the nature and fundamental principles of (International) Law. During my doctoral studies I researched whether contradictory legal states, legal superpositions or legal dilemmas, could exist and how they should be addressed by legal orders. Currently, I am involved in two research projects that investigate the interface of law & technology: One project investigates the impact of the advent of digitalisation on legal archetypes like the reasonable person; the second project studies the extent to which the laws of nature in the area of quantum mechanics can shed light on the nature of law. Alongside these theoretical areas, I am also interested in European and International Energy Law.
In an attempt to make my doctoral research more accessible, I produced the short film 'Aporia' illustrating aspects of my PhD thesis on Legal Dilemmas. The film is accessbile on Youtube. A more academic lecture about the topic of my dissertation is available here.
Alongside my research and teaching activities, I serve on the academic review board of the Cambridge International Law Journal and I am one of the book review editors of the Nordic Journal of International Law.
In 2019, I was secconded to the Merkel Administration and served as an advisor in Directorate-General 6 (Political Planning, Innovation and Digital Policy, Strategic IT Management) of the Federal Chancellery in Berlin.
PhD (Cambridge), LLM (Georgetown), BA (Oxford), Attorney and Counselor at Law (New York State)
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