Introduction

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(Fresco do Bom e Mau Juiz, Museu do Fresco in Monsaraz)

 

One of the main research areas of Prof.'in. Anne Sanders are the judicial studies. In the field of judicial studies, Anne Sanders focuses on the organization and role of judges and courts at both national and international levels. The foundations and standards of the rule of law and judicial independence in Europe, as they are currently being discussed in connection with Turkey and Poland, play a major role. She has also dealt with this subject as an expert of the Council of Europe. In the project on judicial assistants at courts, Anne Sanders deals with the question of how judges can be effectively supported in their work and what limits the division of labor must have in the context of judicial activity. For this she examines the law of different countries. In this area, Anne Sanders works as an expert for the Council of Europe's Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE) since 2019 and makes proposals for the development of European standards. In projects on the quality of judges' work, evaluation and promotion of judges, Anne Sanders worked as an expert on Cyprus and Albania in particular.


Positions

  • On 18.4.2019 Dr. Anne Sanders was appointed Judge for life at Higher Regional Court of Hamm as a second main office. She will be working there in the 27th Civil Senate.
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  • Editor of the International Journal of Court Administration

Current lectures

20.5.2019  Lecture "The Role of Judicial Assistants in Europe" 
  «Courts and Constitutions» 
  Workshop at the Norwegian University Center in Paris - Fondation Maison de Sciences de l'Homme, together with French and Norwegian judges (eg Judge Arnfinn Bårdsen, Norwegian judge at the ECtHR) and scientists
   
16.5.2019  Keynote speech „Law and Europe: the functioning of the rule of law“ 
 

Protestant Academy Frankfurt

  A cooperation with the Hessian State Center for Political Education and the Hessian Judges Association, together with Jens Gnisa, the chairman of the German Judges Association, Jens Veser, journalist and Eastern Europe expert of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Prof. Dr. Stefan Kadelbach, Chair of Public Law, European Law and Constitutional Law at Goethe University Frankfurt and Dr. Ing. Rudolf Kriszeleit, former State Secretary in the Hessian Ministry of Justice, for Integration and Europe

 

© 2017 Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaft » geändert 13.05.2019 von Kevin Goeldner

Neuerscheinung

"Judicial Assistants in Europe – A Comparative Analysis"

Prof. Dr. Anne Sanders 

International Journal for Court Administration 2. DOI

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Veröffentlichung

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Verantwortungseigentum   

Website der Stiftung für Verantwortungseigentum

Initiative für temporäre Mandatspausierung

Tipps zum Lernen in der Krise

Um insbesondere den Examenskandidaten in der aktuellen Ausnahmesituation zu helfen, haben Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Barbara Dauner-Lieb und Prof. Dr. Anne Sanders gemeinsam Tipps zum Lernen in der Krise zusammengestellt.

Gerne möchten wir auch auf den Podcastbeitrag mit Frau Prof. Dr. Dauner-Lieb hinweisen, der sich ebenfalls mit dieser Thematik beschäftigt.

Eine Übersicht zu Lernangeboten zum Selbststudium finden Sie hier.

Klausuren und Hausarbeiten

Altklausuren und Hausarbeiten können Mo.- Mi. in der Zeit zwischen 11:00 Uhr bis 12:00 Uhr  im Raum V8-140 abgeholt werden.

  • Abschlussklausur Grundkurs BGB - Gesetzliche Schuldverhältnisse (WS 17/18)
  • Abschlussklausur Aufbau- und Vertiefungskurs Gesetzliche Schuldverhältnisse (WS 17/18)
  • Abschlussklausur Grundkurs Familien- und Erbrecht (SS 18)
  • Hausarbeit Einführung in die Rechtsvergleichung (SS 2018)
  • Abschlussklausur Einführung in die Rechtsvergleichung (SS 2018)
  • Abschlussklausur Grundkurs Familien- und Erbrecht (SS 19) 
  • Abschlussklausur GK BGB Allgemeiner Teil (SS 19)