The research at the Chair for Public Law, Real Estate Law, Infrastructure Law, and Information Law is interdisciplinary, thanks to its affiliation both with the Faculty of Law at the University of Regensburg and the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS).
The research at the Chair concentrates on public law aspects of the broad, dynamic, and innovative areas of Public Real Estate Law, Regulated Network Industries, and Information Society Law. The focus of this research is placed on cross-sectoral problems such as issues in the aftermath of privatisations or conflicts in the multi-level system of the European constitutional area. We also analyse individual challenges of general Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, and European Union Law.
• Public Real Estate Law
• Infrastructure Law
• Information Society Law
The Chair’s emphasis in teaching corresponds with its research focus. Beside lectures from the entire spectrum of mandatory basic legal training (especially European Union Law, but also State Organisation Law, Fundamental Rights, and Administrative Law, including corresponding preparatory courses for the first state exam), lectures in the pathways are part of the Chair’s teaching curriculum. The latter include a range of courses in the pathway “Real Estate Law”, a pathway which is unique in Germany, as well as courses in the pathways “Information Society Law”, “European and International Law”, and “Business Law”.