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Benedict Vischer

MA, MLaw, LL.M. (Yale), Research Fellow 2013-2020

Main Fields of Research:

Structural transformation of public law (transnationalization, relationship between public and private, deformalization); models of the transnational legal order (constitutionalism, legal pluralism); fundamental and human rights (esp. freedom of religion, freedom of opinion, non-discrimination); relationship between international and domestic law; migration law; labor law; legal and social philosophy; critique of law

Academic Career until 2020

2013-2020: Research Fellow at the MPIL 

2019/2020 re:constitution Fellow

Since 2017: Associated researcher at the Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin

2013-2020: Research Fellow at the MPIL.

2013-2020: Ph.D. studies in law (Title of the thesis: "Die Fremdheit des Rechts. Eine philosophische Spurensuche zur souveränitätskritischen Logik der Rechtssemantik" (submitted 2019 at Humboldt University of Berlin (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christoph Möllers)).

2017-2020: Associated researcher at the Law & Society Institute Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin

2019: Senior Research Scholar, Yale Law School.

2017-2019: Research fellow at the Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin.

2013-2019:  Member of the Cluster of Excellence Normative Orders, Goethe University Frankfurt a.M.

2016: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Yale Law School.

2013: Master of Law (MLaw), University of St. Gallen.

2011-2013: Studies in law at the Universities of St. Gallen and Zurich.

2010: Master of Arts (MA), University of Basel.

2003-2010: Studies in philosophy and theology at the University of Basel, Humboldt University Berlin and Albert Ludwig University Freiburg i.Br.