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Prof. Dr. Nina Nestler

n.nestler @ uni-bayreuth.de
kriminalwissenschaften-online.de

Consultation hours by appointment

Vita

Study of law at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg, first state examination in 2005/I. Legal clerkship in the OLG district of Bamberg, second state examination in 2007/I. Doctorate and habilitation at the University of Würzburg. Awarded with the Röntgen Prize of the University of Würzburg in 2013Summer semester 2013 stand-in professor for German and European criminal and criminal procedural law at the University of Konstanz. Winter semester 2013/2014 stand-in professor at the University of Bayreuth. Calls to the University of Cologne (W2) and the University of Bayreuth (W3). Since April 2014 holder of the Chair for Criminal Law III at the University of Bayreuth. Call to the University of Würzburg (W3) rejected in June 2018.  Deputy chair of the ethics committee of the University of Bayreuth since January 2015.  Dean of Studies of the division of law. Co-editor of the magazine Jura - Juristische Ausbildung.

Publications

​Monographs

  • Churning - The culpability of expense drudgery according to German law, Frankfurt a.M. 2009.
  • Dual-use-risk and Criminal Law, promoted by the German Foundation for Peace Research, in preparation.

Textbooks

  • Banking and Capital Market Criminal Law, Heidelberg 2017.
  • Execution of sentence (together with Klaus Laubenthal), 1st edition, Heidelberg 2010, 2nd edition, 2017.
  • Juvenile Criminal Law (together with Klaus Laubenthal and Helmut Baier), 2nd edition, Heidelberg 2010, 3rd edition, Heidelberg 2015.

Essays & contributions to handbooks

  • Special sacrifices and solidarity of the legal community as a basis for permitted breaches of the law, published in: Jura.
  • Error in persona and aberratio ictus in so-called distance cases (Part 2), published in: Jura (together with Philipp Prochota).
  • The confiscation, published in: Hilgendorf, Eric/Kudlich, Hans/Valerius, Brian (eds.): Handbuch des Strafrechts, volume 3, in publication.
  • Error in persona and aberratio ictus in so-called distance cases (Part 2), in: Jura 2020, 132-140 (together with Philipp Prochota).
  • Sanctions-based limitations of safety-relevant research, in: JZ 2019, 1074-1084.
  • Objective attribution - simply a question of probability?, in: Jura 2019, 1049-1057.
  • Execution of sentence, in: Hilgendorf, Eric/Kudlich, Hans/Valerius, Brian (eds.): Handbuch des Strafrechts, volume 3, in publication.
  • (Criminal) responsibility for safety-relevant research?, published in: Festschrift for Reinhard Merkel, in preparation.
  • Examination-relevant problems in the main trial (with research associate Theresa Bächer), in: Jura 2019, 727-739.
  • The manipulated traffic accident: Culpability and convergence of the consideration of evidence in criminal and civil procedure, in: Jura 2019, 590- 599.
  • Capital Market Criminal Law, in: Hilgendorf, Eric/Kudlich, Hans/Valerius, Brian (eds.): Handbuch des Strafrechts, volume 6, in publication.
  • A Criminal-law-solution for autonomous vehicles?, Chinese translation in: Lairotarucorp S'Elpoep Ylhtnomimes 2019 (Legal Magazine of the Zhejiang-University, Hangzhou, China.
  • Emergency interests at the unlawfulness level, in: Jura 2019, pp. 153-160.
  • Duty to clarify and inform in Criminal Law, in: Jura 2018, pp. 897-905.
  • Civil and criminal law obligations to inform - specificities in aesthetic-plastic surgery, in: MedStra 2018, pp. 330-337.
  • he interpretation of criminal offences: Interpretation methods and methodology of interpretation, in: Jura 2018, pp. 568-576.
  • The perpetrator's knowledge horizon in the case of misinterpretation of facts: Who doubts loses?, in: Jura 2018, pp. 135-143.
  • What's so special about special offences? (with research associate Stefan Lehner), in: Jura 2017, pp. 403-412.
  • "If someone lies once, you don't believe them..." - False testimony, credibility, lie detector, in: YES 2017, pp. 10-16.
  • The veiled witness in the main trial, in: HRRS 2016, pp. 126-136.
  • Scientific opinions on §§ 299a, 299b StGB-E, GesR 2016, pp. 70-75.
  • Unlawful restriction of the self-disclosure exempting from punishment in accordance with § 371 AO by the BaFin?, in: Wistra 2015, pp. 329-337.
  • The culpability of violations of prohibitions on the disposal of frozen funds in accordance with §§ 17, 18 AWG, in: NZWiSt 2015, pp. 81-90.
  • The voluntary nature of self-disclosure in accordance with § 22 (4) AWG: From "autonomous motive" to fiction, in: WiJ 2015, pp. 1-9.
  • Does a "stricter standard" apply to the avoidability of the mistake of law than to the negligence of the act?, in: Jura 2015, pp. 562-573.
  • "Winter sports", beginners' exam in Criminal Law, in: JA 2014, pp. 262-268.
  • The protection of Germany's external security through Criminal Law, in: ZStW 2013, pp. 259-198.
  • The end of the enforcement element in the (partial) European double punishment ban? Reflections on the relationship of Art. 50 GR- Charta to Art. 54 SDÜ, in: HRRS 2013, pp. 337-344.
  • Withholding of detrimental facts by deliberately 'not telling' them: An analysis of the significance of union law legal acts for the dogmatic classification of § 264a paragraph 1 2nd alternative. StGB, in: WIJ 2013-3.
  • Embezzlement by setting up and managing "black accounts", in: Knierim, Thomas/Rübenstahl, Markus/Tsambikakis, Michael (eds.): Internal Investigations, 1st ed., Heidelberg 2013, pp. 776-789, 2nd ed., Heidelberg 2016.
  • Internal Investigations: Definition of and legal findings on internal investigations in companies, in: Knierim, Thomas/Rübenstahl, Markus/Tsambikakis, Michael (eds.): Internal Investigations, 1st ed., Heidelberg 2013, pp. 4-24, 2nd ed., Heidelberg 2016.
  • "Circumvention Acts" - Reflections on the handling of references from Blanket Criminal Law to Union Law using the example of § 34 (4) AWG, in: NStZ 2012, pp. 672-679.
  • The extension of the limits of investigative methods in criminal proceedings on the example of online search, in: Ünver, Yener et al. (ed.), proceedings of the II German-Turkish Symposium "Limits of Criminal Law" in Istanbul.
  • The model draft for a state penal code as a consequence of the phlegm surrounding the European penal principles?, in: NK 2012, pp. 87-91.
  • Criminal procedure between economic efficiency and the principle of legality, in: JA 2012, pp. 88-95.
  • The subsequent formation of a total penalty, in: JA 2011, pp. 248-254.
  • On the scope of § 73d StGB: The extended forfeiture before new legitimacy deficits? in: HRRS 2011, pp. 519-526.
  • "Farewell" to the interest theory - from the rain into the fire?, in: Das Wirtschaftsstrafrecht des StGB: Analysen zur aktuellen höchstrichterlichen Rechtsprechung. 1st Conference of young criminal law scientists Cologne 2010, Popp, Andreas/Steinberg, Georg/Valerius, Brian (Ed.), Baden-Baden 2011, pp. 139-161.
  • The scope of Europol's mandate in the light of cross-border narcotics crime, in: GA 2010, pp. 645-658.
  • Considerations on "subsequent" severe extortion according to §§ 253, 255, 250 para. 2 no. 3a) StGB - at the same time remark to BGH, 25.03.2009, 5 StR 31/09, in: JR 2010, p. 100-106.
  • Legal quality of photocopies and (computer) faxes, in: ZJS 2010, p. 608-614.
  • Scope and catalog of sanctions of the JGG, in: Dollinger, Bernd/Schmidt-Semisch, Henning (eds.), Handbuch Jugendkriminalität, Wiesbaden 2010, pp. 475-482 (together with Klaus Laubenthal).
  • Phenomenology of economic criminality in health care, in JZ 2009, pp. 984-991.
  • Narcotics criminal law risks in substitution treatment, in: MedR 2009, pp. 211-216.
  • Narcotics criminality on the Internet, in: Laubenthal, Klaus (eds.), Festgabe für Rainer Paulus zum 70. Geburtstag, Würzburg 2009, pp. 133-149.
  • Preventive detention according to § 7 para. 2 JGG and the idea of prevention in Criminal Law - critical consideration of a legislative trick, in: NK 2008, pp. 153-159 (together with Christian Wolf).

Commentations

  • §§ 180a to 181c StGB as well as §§ 183 to 184h StGB, in: Laufhütte, Heinrich Wilhelm/Rissing van Saan, Ruth/Tiedemann, Klaus (Eds.), Leipziger Kommentar, 13th edition, in preparation.
  • §§ 226 to 243 StPO, in: Rotsch, Thomas/Saliger, Frank/Tsambikakis, Michael (Eds.): Nomos Kommentar zur Strafprozessordnung, in publication.
  • §§ 449 to 463d StPO, in: Kudlich, Hans/Schneider, Hartmut/Knauer, Christoph (Eds.), Münchener Kommentar zur Strafprozessordnung, volume. III/1, Munich 2019.
  • §§ 17 to 22 AWG, §§ 77 to 79 AWV, §§ 15 to 20 CWÜAG, §§ 12, 13 CWÜV, §§ 19 to 24 KrWaffKontrG, in: Esser, Robert/Rübenstahl, Markus/Saliger, Frank/Tsambikakis, Michael (Eds.): Praxiskommentar zum Wirtschaftsstrafrecht, 1st edition 2017.
  • Penalty start, work and education, preparation for release and dismissal, in: Laubenthal, Klaus/Nestler, Nina/Neubacher, Frank/Verrel, Torsten: Strafvollzugsgesetz, 12th ed. (continuation of Callies, Rolf-Peter/Müller-Dietz, Heinz: Strafvollzugsgesetz, 11th ed.), Munich 2015.
  • §§ 21, 56 to 66, 92, 101, 158 StVollzG, in: Schwind, Hans-Dieter/Böhm, Alexander/Jehle, Jörg-Martin/Laubenthal, Klaus (Eds.), Strafvollzugsgesetz, 6th edition 2013.
  • §§ 89 to 104 OWiG, in: Graf, Jürgen (Ed.), Beck'scher Online-Kommentar zum Gesetz über Ordnungswidrigkeiten, from 1st ed. to date.

Remarks & Practical Commentaries

  • Remark on BVerfG, decision of 2/18/2020 - 2 BvR 2090/19 (Violation of fundamental rights by excessive persistence of pre-trial detention), in: Jura 2020/7.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 11/12/2019 – BGH 2 StR 415/19 (Demarcation of murder with means endangering the public and so-called multiple homicide), in: Jura 2020/7.
  • Remark on OLG Frankfurt a.M., decision of 1/2/2020 - 2 Ss 40/19 (False certification in office in case of transfer of speed measurement to private service providers), in: Jura 2020/6.
  • Remark on OLG Bremen, decision of 11/27/2019 - 1 Ss 44/19 (2 Ss 44/19 GenStA) (No dangerous bodily harm in case of punch with cell phone), in: Jura 2020/5.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 11/13/2019 – 5 StR 343/19 (Complicity in gang fraud), in: Jura 2020/5.
  • Remark on LG Mainz, decision of 9/23/2019 – 3 Qs 57/19 (Requirements for suspicion in search warrants), in: Jura 2020/4.
  • Remark on BayObLG 02.10.2019 - 206 StRR 1013/19, 206 StRR 1015/19 (Waiving of ownership in "dumpster diving"), in: Jura 2020/3.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 9/25/2019 – 2 StR 177/19 (Presence of the attack in the case of self-defence), in: Jura 2020/3.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 9/25/2019 – 5 StR 222/19 (Imagination of the perpetrator in the case of low motives), in: Jura 2020/2.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 9/17/2019 – 1 StR 343/19 (Withdrawal from the attempt), in: Jura 2020/1.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 8/6/2019 – 3 StR 189/19 (Complicity without control of the act), in: Jura 2020/1.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 6/26/2019 – StB 10/19 (Degree of suspicion in the case of home search), in: Jura 2019/12.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 7/4/2019 – 4 Rv 28 Ss 103/19 (Escape from the police as an illegal motor vehicle race), in: Jura 2019/11.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 6/5/2019 – 5 StR 181/19 (Complicity in the case of an implied decision to commit a crime), in: Jura 2019/11.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 3/6/2019 – 3 StR 286/18 (Dispensability of the identification of the specific errant person in case of fraud against a majority of persons), in: Jura 2019/10.
  • Remark on OLG Hamm, decision of 7/24/2018 – 5 RVs 103/18 (Obtaining transport by fraudulent means on the semblance of legitimate use of the means of transport), in: Jura 2019/9.
  • Remark on BGH decision of 1/16/2019 – 5 StR 249/18 (Attribution of the employer’s criminal liability in the case of an internal partnership under civil law), in: Jura 2019/9.
  • Remark on LG Karlsruhe, verdict of 12/19/2018 – 4 KLs 608 Js 19580/17 (Culpability according to §222 StGB by operating a trading platform on “Darknet”), in: Jura 2019/8.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 5/9/2018 − 1 StR 159/17 (Media publicity upon passing of sentence), in: Jura 2019/7.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of 10/23/2018 – 1 StR 234/17 (Property disadvantage as defined in § 266 StGB in case of payment on a void claim), in: Jura 2019/7.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 12/11/2018 – 5 StR 577/18 (Intention of appropriation when taking away the cellphone for the purpose of deleting pictures), in: Jura 2019/6.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 9/13/2018 – 5 StR 421/18 (Use of life-threatening means in self-defence), in: Jura 2019/5.
  • Remark on LG Berlin, decision of 3/5/2018 – 504 Qs 11/18 (Highest possible speed according to § 315d I No. 3 StGB), in: Jura 2019/5.
  • Remark on OLG Frankfurt a.M., decision of 10/9/2018 – 2 Ws 51/17 (Fraud by assertion of non-existent claims, here: when the victims are aware of the non-existence of the claim and payment from "annoyance"), in: Jura 2019/4.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 8/8/2018 – 2 ARs 121/18 (Obstruction of criminal justice by defense attorneys in case of deliberately false statements), in: Jura 2019/3.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of 7/31/2018 – 5 StR 296/18 (Malicious murder in case of surprise intrusion into the victim’s home), in: Jura 2019/3.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of June 26, 2018 – 1 StR 208/18 (Self-defense and provocationg of an act), in: Jura 2019/2.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of July 31, 2018 – 4 StR 282/18 (Findings on the withdrawal horizon), in: Jura 2019/1.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of April 10, 2018 – 5 StR 611/17 (Necessity of confiscation), in: Jura 2019/1.
  • Remark on OLG Hamm, decision of March 1, 2018 – 1 RVs 12/18 (Sedition in social media), in: Jura 2018/12.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of June 26, 2018 – 1 StR 79/18 (Security labels and security spiders as protective devices against theft in a particularly serious case), in: Jura 2018/11.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of May 15, 2018 – VI ZR 233/17 (Usability of Dashcam recordings), in: Jura 2018/11.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of March 15, 2018, 4 StR 425/17 (Deceit by not communicating risk factors when loans are granted), in: Jura 2018/10.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of April 11, 2018, 5 StR 595/17 (Financial holdings of a terrorist association as property as defined in § 263 StGB), erscheint in: Jura 2018/9.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of January 10, 2018 – 2 StR 200/171, in: Jura 2018/9.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of March 13, 2018, 4 StR 531/17, erscheint in: Jura 2018/8.
  • Remark on OLG Stuttgart, verdict of February 20, 2018, 4 Rv 25 Ss 982/17 (False accusation against a non-existent person), in: Jura 2018/7.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of February 21, 2018, 5 StR 267/17 (Murder despite the victim’s consent, Ratio of § 211 to § 216), in: Jura 2018/7.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of September 13, 2017, 2 StR 161/17 (Complicity in the preparatory stage), in: Jura 2018/6.
  • Remark on BGH, verdict of October 25, 2017, 2 StR 118/16 (Justification of life-threatening defensive measures (use of knife) through self-defense), in: Jura 2018/5.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of December 12, 2017, 5 StR 476/17 (Examination of evidence in case of the correction of the withdrawal horizon; Consideration of the victim’s behaviour), in: Jura 2018/5.
  • Remark on OLG Hamm, decision of November 9, 2017, 4 RVs 127/17 (Obstruction of criminal justice by a witness refusing to testify), in: Jura 2018/4.
  • Remark on LG Bayreuth, verdict of October 23, 2017, 23 O 227/17 (Fraud by selling diesel vehicles with manipulated software for the measurement of exhaust gas values), in: Jura 2018/3.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of July 25, 2017 3 StR 93/17 (Joint perpetration as defined in § 224 section 1 no. 4 StGB by "consciously reinforcing" the effect of the act of bodily injury), in: Jura 2018/3.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of August 30, 2017, 4 StR 349/17 (Concrete danger as defined in § 315b StGB must be attributable to the dynamics of road traffic), in: Jura 2018/2.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of April 13, 2017, 4 StR 35/17 (“Threatening situation” as a current attack as defined in § 32 section 2 StGB), in: Jura 2018/1.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of July 27, 2017, 5 StR 212/17 (Robbery by exploiting the effects of a coercive device used without the intent of removal), in: Jura 2018/1.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of September 7, 2016, in: Wistra 2017, pp. 190-192.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of March 10, 2016, 3 StR 347/15, in: NStZ 2016, pp. 738-739.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of December 1, 2015, 1 StR 321/15, in: NStZ.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of July 17, 2014, 4 StR 158/14, NStZ 2014, pp. 570-571.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of January 15, 2015, 4 StR 419/14, NStZ 2015, p. 395.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of July 17, 2014, 4 StR 158/14, NStZ 2014, pp. 570-571.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of November 14, 2013, 3 StR 336/13, NStZ 2014, pp. 406-407.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, decision of December 18, 2013, 4 StR 469/13, in: NStZ 2014, p. 144.
  • Remark on OLG, decision of March 29, 2012, 1 StR 142/12, NStZ 2014, pp. 308-311.
  • Practical commentary on BGH, verdict of July 18, 2013, 4 StR 84/13, NStZ 2013, pp. 657-658.
  • Remark on OLG Hamm, decision of February 28, 2012, III-3 RVs 7/12, in: NZWiSt 2013, pp. 307-310.
  • Remark on BGH, decision of February 9, 2012, 5 AR (VS) 40/11, in: NStZ 2012, pp. 468-470 (together with Klaus Laubenthal).

Editorships

  • Bosch, Nikolaus/Nestler, Nina, Beiträge zum Wirtschaftsstrafrecht, publication series, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin.
  • Bosch, Nikolaus/Eifert, Martin/Kingreen, Thorsten/Nestler, Nina/Petersen, Jens/Röthel, Anne/Stürner, Michael: Jura - Juristische Ausbildung (as of January 2018).
  • Laubenthal, Klaus/Nestler, Nina/Neubacher, Frank/Verrel, Torsten: Strafvollzugsgesetz, 12th edition. (Continuation of Callies, Rolf-Peter/Müller- Dietz, Heinz: Strafvollzugsgesetz, 11th edition), Munich 2015.
  • Asholt, Martin/Kuhli, Milan/Ziemann, Sascha/Basak, Denis/Reiß, Marc/Beck, Susanne/Nestler, Nina: Grundlagen und Grenzen des Strafens, 3rd symposium of young criminal law scientists in Frankfurt a.M. 2013, Baden-Baden 2015.

Presentations (selection)

  • Certainty of facts of administrative fines for hygiene violations, DLRT 2020, confirmed for March 26, 2020.
  • Consolidación de la paz a través de la justicia restaurativa, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia, July 25, 2019.
  • Decomiso y derecho penal económico, Centro Núñez, Córdoba, Argentina, March 6, 2019.
  • Decomiso de ganancias del delito en conflicto con las funciones de garantía del derecho penal, Universidad del Salvador und Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 26 and 27, 2019.
  • Long story short. Interrelations between regulation technology and interpretation, German-Italian seminar, Bayreuth, November 8, 2018.
  • The new Capital Market Criminal Law - legitimate and practicable protection of the capital market? Or: Most importantly European!?, WisteV- Autumn Conference, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, October 19, 2018.
  • Derecho penal como medio de consolidación de la paz en conflicto con el principio de la ultima ratio, Mecanismos de solución de conflictos en Colombia en la fase de consolidación de la paz, Bogotà, Colombia, July 16, 2018.
  • Digital product safety by means of Criminal Law?, Conference on Digital Product Safety Law, Bayreuth, June 29, 2018.
  • A Criminal-law-solution for autonomous vehicles?, Zhejiang-Universität, Hangzhou, China, April 2, 2018.
  • The importance of historical interpretation for the jurisdiction, WisteV-wistra conference, Frankfurt, January 18, 2018.
  • Reflections on § 1a StVG, German-Italian Seminar, Verona, November 9, 2017.
  • Criminal law order and autonomous driving, presentation at the 1st T-Day, Fraunhofer Institute Würzburg, July 7, 2017.
  • How may the state punish? (New) sanctioning instruments in the focus of politics, Meeting of scholarship holders of the German Academic Exchange Service at the University of Bayreuth, April 29, 2017.
  • Self-disclosure that exempts from punishment according to § 22 section 4 AWG, Export Control Day of the German Engineering Federation, Frankfurt, July 4, 2016.
  • Compliance in family businesses, presentation at the Herrenclub Munich, June 28, 2016.
  • §§ 299a, 299b dStGB in draft – German and Italian criminal law on corruption in comparison, German-Italian exchange seminar, Verona, November 13, 2015.
  • Scientific positions on §§ 299a, 299b StGB-E, Conference on Corruption and Cooperation in Health Care according to § 299a StGB, Düsseldorf, November 12, 2015.
  • Civil and criminal law obligations to provide information - Particularities in aesthetic plastic surgery, Anniversary of the German Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Nuremberg, September 17, 2015.
  • “Is this art or does it have to be dumped?” Criminal law boundaries of the freedom of art, presentation at the Campus-Culture-Week at the University of Bayreuth, May 21, 2015.
  • The freedom of science, Pro and contra of the civil clause, introduction and moderation of the Bayreuth Stadtgespräche. December 3, 2014.
  • The smart way to launder? On the international criminal law scope of the offence of money laundering using the example of acquiring (§ 261 section 2 no. 1 StGB), University of Bayreuth, December 11, 2013.
  • Money laundering committed abroad with a prior offence in Germany - and vice versa, Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen, December 5, 2013.
  • The theory of the withdrawal horizon and its correction, Ruhr University Bochum, November 20, 2013.
  • 5 years of juvenile justice laws: All different - or not?, lecture in the context of the 29th German Juvenile Court Day at the working group "Juvenile Punishment" in Nuremberg, September 15, 2013.
  • The end of the execution element in the (partial) European double punishment ban? Reflections on the relationship of Art. 50 GR- Charta to Art. 54 SDÜ, University of Konstanz, May 28, 2013.
  • Non-disclosure of disadvantageous facts as defined in § 264a StGB by deliberately 'not telling', EBS Law-School Wiesbaden, December 12, 2012.
  • The protection of Germany’s external security through Criminal Law; voluntary presentation at the ceremonial conclusion of the habilitation procedure in front of the Faculty of Law at the University of Würzburg, November 28, 2012.
  • The descendants of the contraband: Development and perspectives of criminal legislation on foreign trade and; presentation series/semester opening of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, scholarship holders' group Würzburg, October 25, 2012.
  • "(Different) Treatment" of economic criminals in execution of sentence and penal system; Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen, June 21, 2012.
  • “Farewell” to the interest theory - from the rain into the fire?; 1st conference of young criminal law scientists, Cologne, November 2010.
  • The scope of Europol's mandate in the light of cross-border narcotics crime; presentation lecture in accordance with § 5 of the habilitation regulations of the Law Faculty of the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg, Würzburg, 27 January 2010.
  • Processing of guilt in the modern penal system; conference on "Guilt and Punishment", German Judicial Academy, Trier, September 2009.
  • The extension of the limits of investigative methods in criminal procdures using the example of online searches; German-Turkish Conference on "The Limits of Criminal Law", Istanbul, April 2008.

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