Current Editors

1973: Born in Salzkotten (Germany)

1993-1999: Law Studies in Saarbrücken (Germany)

1996: Diplôme d'études universitaires générales (DEUG) mention droit

2005: Doctorate degree

2009: Habilitation

since 2009: Professor of Roman law, private law and comparative law at the University of Zurich

since 2014: University of Zurich

Since 2016: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny-Journal, as of vol. 135 (2018)

 

ADDRESS

Lehrstuhl für Römisches Recht, Privatrecht und Rechtsvergleichung
Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut / Universität Zürich

Rämistrasse 74/41
CH-8001 Zürich

Tel. (0041) +44 634 3119

E-Mail: ulrike.babusiaux(at)uzh.ch

http://www.rwi.uzh.ch/de/lehreforschung/alphabetisch/babusiaux/person/lebenslauf.html

1961: Born 

1990: Doctorate degree

1997: Habilitation

1998: Professor for public law, state Church law, and Church law at the University of Halle-Wittenberg

Since 2001: Professor for Church law, state law, and administrative law at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Since 2006: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny-Journal (in charge of Evangelical Church law and the state church law in the Kanonistische Abteilung)

ADDRESS

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Fachbereich Rechtswissenschaft
Hans-Liermann-Institut für Kirchenrecht

Hindenburgstraße 34
D-91054 Erlangen

https://www.hli.rw.fau.de/lehrstuhl/team/lehrstuhlinhaber/

1966: Born

1992–1995: Law studies in Tübingen and Munich; state law examinations in Munich

1994: Doctorate degree (Humboldt University in Berlin)

2002: Habilitation (Humboldt University in Berlin)

Since 2003: Professor of civil law and German legal history at the University of Cologne, as well as director of the Institute for Recent History of Private Law, German and Rhenish Legal History at the University of Cologne

Since 2013: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny Journal from volume 130 (discussions)

ADDRESS

Universität zu Köln
Institut für Neuere Privatrechtsgeschichte
Deutsche und Rheinische Rechtsgeschichte

Albertus-Magnus-Platz
D-50923 Köln

Tel.: (0049) 0221 470-6833

http://www.inp.jura.uni-koeln.de/14984.html  (list of publications is available there)

1963: Born

1989–1994: Law studies in Munich; state law examinations in Munich

1996: Doctorate degree (Munich)

2001: Habilitation (Munich) - teaching qualification for civil law, Roman law, history of Church law, recent history of private law

2002–2005: Holder of the chair of civil law, European private law and Roman law at the University of Tübingen

2004: Call to the University of Bonn and University of Freiburg 

Since April 2005: Holder of the chair of Roman law and civil law at the University of Freiburg; Director of the Institute for History of Law and Historical Comparative Law

Since 2008: Full member of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences

2010: Accepted an appointment at the University of Vienna

Since 2010: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny-Journal from vol. 127 (2010). From vol. 133 (2016) in charge of essays, miscellanea and literature (reviews, notifications, and new entries) in the fields Old Orient and Greek law of the antiquity, Roman law in late antiquity, medieval and Byzantium.

ADDRESS

Universität Freiburg
Institut für Rechtsgeschichte und geschichtliche Rechtsvergleichung

Platz der Alten Synagoge 1
D-79085 Freiburg

Tel.: (0049) 0761 203 2221

Homepage: http://www.jura.uni-freiburg.de/de/institute/rgesch1/mitarbeiter/prof-dr-wolfgang-kaiser-1

1967: Born 

Law studies in Göttingen

1992 and 1997: State law examinations in Hannover and Hamburg

1994/95 and 1997/2001: Member of the Graduate School of European Legal History in Frankfurt am Main

1997: Doctorate degree (Göttingen)

2002: Habilitation (Frankfurt am Main)

2003: Professor at the University of Bern

Since 2004: Professor of civil law and German legal history at the University of Münster

2007 and 2011: Calls to Kiel and Frankfurt

Since 2008: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny-Journal since volume 125: responsible for essays and miscellanea for pre 1800

ADDRESS

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Institut für Rechtsgeschichte
Germanistische und Kanonistische Abteilung

Universitätsstraße 14-16
D-48143 Münster

Tel.: (0049) 0251 83-28640

https://www.jura.uni-muenster.de/de/apps/personenliste/prof-dr-peter-oestmann/

1945: Born in Pöttmes

1969 and 1973: State law examinations 

1972: Doctorate degree (Munich)

1982: Habilitation, professor for civil law and legal history at the University of Hannover

Since August 1993: Professor for recent legal history, legal contemporary history, civil law, and philosophy of law in Frankfurt

1993–2014: Managing member of the DFG Graduate School of Legal History and the international Max Planck Research School for Comparative Legal History

Since 2004: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny-Journal, responsible for essays and miscellanea for legal history of the 19th and 20th century

2015: Member of "Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften"

ADDRESS

Lehrstuhl für Neuere Rechtsgeschichte, Juristische Zeitgeschichte, Zivilrecht und
Rechtsphilosophie
Goethe-Universität FB 01 Fach 13

Postfach 11 19 32
D-60054 Frankfurt

http://www.jura.uni-frankfurt.de/41076001/Rueckert

1963: Born in Attnang-Puchheim (Upper Austria)

1985–1995: Legal studies, politics and communication studies in Salzburg

1985: magister iuris

1991: Doctorate degree

1995: Habilitation

1997: Associate University Professor at the University of Salzburg

1998: Professor for Roman and civil law at the University of Münster

Since 2005: Professor for Roman and civil law at the Rhenish Friedrich-Wilhelms University in Bonn

1998 and 2002: Calls to Erlangen and Heidelberg

Since 2007: Member of the North Rhine-Westphalia Academia of Sciences and Arts

Since 2009: Co-publisher since vol. 126 (2009). From vol. 133 (2016) responsible for articles and reviews in the fields of Roman Republic and Empire, philosophical foundations and methods of Roman law, Roman law in modern times.

ADDRESS

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Institut für Römisches Recht und Vergleichende Rechtsgeschichte

Adenauerallee 24-42
D-53113 Bonn

https://www.jura.uni-bonn.de/institut-fuer-roemisches-recht-und-vergleichende-rechtsgeschichte/prof-dr-martin-schermaier/

 

1963: born in Flensburg

1983–1989: Reading art history at the Universität of Bonn, and Law at the Universities of Bonn, Genf and München

1989: First Legal States Exam

1993: Second Legal States Exam

1993: Doctorate at the Universität München, Professor Hermann Nehlsen. Thesis: “International Law in the Third Reich”

1993–1999: Assistant prof., Institute for German and Bavarian Legal History, Universität München

1999: Habilitation with research on “Entwicklung des Beweis- und Strafprozeßrechts von 1200 bis 1800”, veniae legendi i.a. for German and Canonical Legal History, International Law and Civil Law June 1st, 1999 Professor of ‘Deutsche und Rheinische Rechtsgeschichte’ at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn, and Director of the Institute for German and Rhine Legal History and Civil Law

from 2006: Director of the Rheinisches Institut für Notarrecht

from 2018: Coeditor of ZRG from vol. 132 Kanonistische Abteilung 105 (2018) (Literature)

 

ADDRESS:

Institut für Deutsche und Rheinische Rechtsgeschichte und Bürgerliches Recht
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Adenauerallee 24–42
D-53113 Bonn

 

Memberships and Publications:

https://www.jura.uni-bonn.de/institut-fuer-deutsche-und-rheinische-rechtsgeschichte/mitarbeiter/prof-dr-mathias-schmoeckel

1963: Born

1989 and 1994: State law examinations in Munich

1990: Magister Artium (history)

2002: Doctorate degree and habilitation in Munich

2003: Professor of civil law and German legal history at the University of Münster, director of the Institute for History of Law (Germanic and canonical Department)

Since 2004: Professor at the University of Zurich, head of the Centre for Legal History Research

Since 2008: Member of the Board of Directors Stephan-Kuttner-Institute of Medieval Canon Law

2008 and 2011: Call to Munich and Frankfurt

Since 2008: Co-publisher of the ZRG/the Savigny-Journal, Kanonistische Abteilung: responsible there for canonistic law until around 1400.

ADDRESS

Universität Zürich
Lehrstuhl für Rechtsgeschichte, Kirchenrecht, Rechtstheorie und Privatrecht

Rämistraße 74/11
CH-8001 Zürich

http://www.rwi.uzh.ch/de/lehreforschung/alphabetisch/thier/team/andreasthier.html