Institute

© Juristische Fakultät Hannover
Pioneer in IT law and intellectual property law

The Institute for Legal Informatics has existed for over 35 years at the Faculty of Law of Leibniz Universität Hannover. There the Institute has established itself as the first academic institution in the field of IT law and intellectual property law in Germany.

Pioneer in IT law and intellectual property law

The Institute for Legal Informatics has existed for over 35 years at the Faculty of Law of Leibniz Universität Hannover. There the Institute has established itself as the first academic institution in the field of IT law and intellectual property law in Germany.

Research and teaching at the Institute for Legal Informatics are internationally oriented, as shown, among other things, by the fact that the Institute is embedded in a network of European partner institutions. The chairs of Prof. Dr. Maximilian Becker, Prof. Dr. Jan Eichelberger, LL.M. oec., Prof. Dr. Christian Heinze, LL.M. (Cambridge), Prof. Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M. (Oslo) and Prof. Dr. Timo Rademacher, MJur (Oxon) are affiliated under the roof of the Institute. With more than 50 employees, the Institute is one of the largest research and teaching institutions in the field of IT law and intellectual property law in Germany. Today, the Institute focuses on data protection, electronic commerce and intellectual property, especially copyright law.


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