englischGerhard Robbers is one of the most distinguished scholars in the field of constitutional law on religion in Europe. At the same time, he dedicates himself to several other legal topics. On the occasion of his 70th birthday and in order to honour him as teacher, scholar and practitioner, the “Festschrift” brings together contributions covering his fields of work: State and religion, fundamental questions of state government, constitutional law, European Union law, fundamental and human rights as well as legal policy. The 61 contributions are written in German and English, and address both basic as well as highly topical legal problems. The “Festschrift” has a clear focus on State and religion from a national, comparative and European perspective. This way, it constitutes one of the most comprehensive works in this broad field of law.
With contributions by
Arnd Arnold, Sima Avramović, Johannes Barrot, Frauke Bronsema, Peter Bülow, Engin Ciftci, Sabine Dahm, Kerstin von der Decken, Franz Dorn, Horst Ehmann, Achilles C. Emilianides, Arndt Faatz, Silvio Ferrari, Lars Friedner, Angelika Günzel, Christian Heitsch, Reinhard Hendler, Ansgar Hense, Mark Hill, Ekkehard Hofmann, Alexander Hollerbach, Friedhelm Hufen, Iván C. Ibán, Christina Ioannou, Blaž Ivanc, Siegfried Jutzi, Urs Kindhäuser, Merilin Kiviorg, Matti Kotiranta, Volker Krey, Javier Martínez-Torrón, María Concepción Medina González, Francis Messner, Andreas Mühling, Hans-Friedrich Müller, Eckhard Nagel, Lina Papadopoulou, Christian Pernhorst, Richard Potz, Alexander Proelß, Matthias Pulte, Thomas Raab, Michael Rahe, Thierry Rambaud, Miguel Rodríguez Blanco, Martell Rotermundt, Matthias Ruffert, Thomas Rüfner, Michał Rynkowski, Balázs Schanda, Meinhard Schröder, Harald Schroeter-Wittke, Gábor Spuller, Henning Tappe, Emanuel Tavala, Rik Torfs, Antje von Ungern-Sternberg, Heinrich de Wall, Karin von Welck, Joachim Wieland, Michael Wiener, Wolfgang Wieshaider and Arne Ziekow.