Interim Professor of Public Law
Prof. Dr. Roland Broemel
Professor Dr. Roland Broemel, Maîtrise en Droit, has been Interim Professor of Public Law since April 2018, substituting for the Endowed Chair of Money, Currency and Central Bank Law. Professor Broemel has been Junior Professor of Public Law and Commercial Law at Hamburg University's law department. His research focuses on market regulation, in particular as it relates to currency, telecommunications, energy and the media. Furthermore, one cross-sectional project examines the legal aspects of digitalization and algorithm-based applications. Further research interests include Basic Law theory and legal technical methodology.
Roland Broemel studied at the universities of Bayreuth (commercial lawyer), Bordeaux (Maîtrise en Droit) and Hamburg (First State Examination). He completed his legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg and received his doctorate and habilitation at Hamburg University's law department. During this time Professor Broemel was supported by a grant of Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and received the Doctorate Award 1st Class from the university's law department as well as the Hamburger Lehrpreis 2010 from Hamburg's Department for Science and Research [Behörde für Wissenschaft und Forschung].