Chair of Public Law, Administrative, European, Environmental, Agricultural and Food Law
Prof. Dr. Ines Härtel
Justice of the Federal Constitutional Court
Fields of Research:
Essays by Prof. Dr. Ines Härtel:
Das europäische Datenschutzgrundrecht in der digitalen "Infosphäre"
in: Carsten Nowak/Carmen Thiele, Frankfurter Institut für das Recht der Europäischen Union (fireu) (Hrsg.), Effektivität des Grundrechtsschutzes in der Europäischen Union, 2021, S. 103-138. (Structure as pdf)
Agrar-Digitalrecht für Agrarsysteme der Zukunft
in: Automatisierungstechnik, 2021, p. 278-280.
Klimaschutzverfassungsrecht: Klima-Staatszielbestimmungen im Föderalismus (Download pdf)
in: NuR 2020, p. 577-588.
Essay on digital constitutional law by Prof. Dr. Ines Härtel:
Digitalisierung im Lichte des Verfassungsrechts – Algorithmen, Predictive Policing, autonomes Fahren
in: LKV 2019 p. 49-60.
Constitutional law must now prove itself in digitilization. The fundamental right to informational self-determination, IT fundamental right, anti-discrimination and state protection obligations form the foundation in order to archieve this. (Content as pdf).
Emmanuelle Balland was the 16th doctoral student of Prof. Dr. Ines Härtel to receive his doctorate in law on 22 June 2022 at the Faculty of Law of the European University Viadrina.
The examination board consisted of Prof. Dr. Wegner, Prof. Dr. Hofmann and Prof. Dr. Härtel. The dissertation bears the title:
"Well-ordered mobility law in a multi-level system: climate protection, smart city, urban transport planning in Germany and France".
Mathias Olbrisch was the 15th doctoral student of Prof. Dr. Ines Härtel to receive his doctorate in law on 6 May 2022 at the Faculty of Law of the European University Viadrina.
The examination board consisted of Prof. Dr. Frey, Prof. Dr. Lübbig and Prof. Dr. Härtel. The dissertation, which was awarded summa cum laude, bears the title:
"Food quality in well-ordered agricultural and food law".
The Chair warmly congratulates Mr. Olbrisch on his successful degree.
This work conveys the regulatory environment as well as fundamental structures, case law and current developments of the digital age for the marketing of quality food in the intersection of public law and private law. It illuminates B2B and B2C trade relations along integrated value chains and elaborates legal structures of quality labelling that underlie different forms of food marketing. At the same time, it offers a legal treatment of quality management systems, industry guidelines and an instructive overview of possible forms of branding.
Study trip to agricultural production facilities in Brandenburg
Source: BWagrar v. 12. Mai 2018, S. 10 (Politik und Landwirtschaft)