Professor Jorg Terhechte
- Professor in European and International Economic Law, Honorary Professor, Honorary Professor (School of Law)
Jörg P. Terhechte is professor of Law and holds the chair of public law, European and interna-tional law, regulatory and competition law at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany, hav-ing previously been a professor for public and European law at the University of Siegen and an assistant professor for public and European law at the University of Hamburg. At Lüne-burg, he leads the Leuphana Professional School and the Leuphana Competition & Regulation Institute and convenes, inter alia, the dual degree LL.M. programme in international economic law (Lüneburg/Glasgow).
Professor Terhechte studied law and philosophy at the University of Bielefed. After the first state exam in law (2000) he obtained his Ph.D. in Law (Dr. iur./PhD) in 2003.. He finished his legal clerkship at, among others, the German Federal Cartel Office, Coudert Brothers LLP in Brussels and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in Washington D.C. and the second state exam (bar exam) in 2005. His main fields of research are public law (especially constitutional and administrative law, economic administrative law, antitrust and regulation law, natural resources law), European law (especially cartel and regulation law, common trade policies, customs law, European administrative law and the EU's foreign relations) and international law (especially WTO law and international competition & cartel law, investment protection law, state immunity and international administrative law). He represented clients before many institutions including the European Commission, the German Constitutional Court and civil courts. A selection of his contributions is available on the SSRN.
Professor Terhechte is co-editor of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law and member of the editor board (Mitarbeiter in der Schriftleitung) of the journal EURO-PARECHT. He works on numerous commentaries on constitutional and administrative law and the law of the European Union. Besides that, he is editor (Schriftleiter) of the En-zyklopädie des Europarechts (English: 'Encyclopaedia of European Law') in 10 volumes.
In addition to his academic work, Professor Terhechte works as a Judge at the Administrative Court Lüneburg (Honorary) and frequently advises institutes, organizations and other actors of German public, European and international law in litigation, arbitration and regulatory pro-ceedings. He is a member of the German Society of European Law, the German National Committee of Comparative Law, the German Society of Intellectual Property Law (GRUR), the American Bar Association (Section of Antitrust Law and Section of International Law), the Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA), the DAAD-Alumni Association, the Scientific Advisory Board of the Institute for Economic Law, University of Münster, and at the Scientific Advisory Board (Arbeitskreis Kartellrecht) at the Federal Competition Authori-ty (Bundeskartellamt). He has held visiting positions at universities in the USA (George Washington University Law School, Georgetown Law Center, Fordham Law School, Institute for Competition Law, U.S. Federal Trade Commission), UK (University of Oxford), the Netherlands (University of Utrecht, Radboud University Nijmegen), Indonesia (University of Bandung) and Mongolia (State University of Mongolia and University of the Humanities). In 2016, he will be Visiting Professor at The Charles University in Prague as well as at the University of the West Indies in Barbados. Furthermore, he is working as an adjunct professor of law at the Charles University, Prague (since 2006), at the Europa-Kolleg Hamburg (since 2006), at the China-Europe School of Law, Bejing (since 2008) and at the St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Law (since 2009).
Public Law: state and administrative law, economic administrative law, antitrust and regulation law, Europeanization of national state and administrative law, natural resources law
European Law: European constitutional law, European economic law (especially antitrust and regulation law, common trade policies, customs law), European ad-ministrative law, foreign relations
International Law: international economic law (especially WTO law and international com-petition law), investment protection law, state immunity, international administrative law
2015 German Academic Exchange Service (Project: Master in International Economic Law)
2014 European Commission (Project: Buerocracy and Compliance)
German Academic Exchange Service (Project: Master in International Economic Law)
European Commission (Project: Training of Competition Law Judges)
European Commission (Project: EU-Incubator, Management of the Case Studies)
2011 European Commission (Project: Training of Competition Law Judges)
2009 European Parliament (Project: The Charta of Fundamental Rights)
2008 European Commission (Project: China-Europe School of Law)
2007 Fritz Thyssen Foundation (Project: From European Administrative Law to Global Administrative Law)
2006 Fritz Thyssen Foundation (Project: International Cartel- and Merger Enforcement Law)
2005 Land of North Rhine-Westphalia (Project: State Liability for Judicial Wrongs)
Professor Terhechte is interested in supervising research students in public law, European law or international law, and in particular in the following areas: public law (especially constitutional and administrative law, economic administrative law, antitrust and regulation law, natural resources law), European law (especially cartel and regulation law, common trade policies, customs law, European administrative law and the EU's foreign relations) and international law (especially WTO law and international competition & cartel law, investment protection law, state immunity and international administrative law).
- Terhechte, J.P. (2011) International Cartel and Merger Enforcement Law between Co-operation and Convergence, Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, XIII, 96 S. PDF.
- Terhechte, J.P. (2011) Konstitutionalisierung und Normativität der europäischen Grundrechte, Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, X, 107 S. PDF.
- Terhechte, J.P. (2008) OPEC und europäisches Wettbewerbsrecht – Zugleich ein Beitrag zum Phänomen der Fragmentierung des internationalen Wirtschaftsrechts, Nomos: Baden-Baden, 160 S. PDF.
- Terhechte, J.P. (2004) Die ungeschriebenen Tatbestandsmerkmale des europäischen Wettbewerbsrechts (Diss. jur.), Band 299 der Schriftenreihe Europäisches Recht, Politik und Wirtschaft, Nomos: Baden-Baden, 436 S. PDF.