Legal Affairs

The Staff Unit for Legal Affairs reports directly to the University Chancellor. It is headed by Sabine Kurzok-Quandel.

The Staff Unit for Legal Affairs has a specific focus on constitutional university law, civil law and student affairs.

 

Constitutional university law

Head:


Sabine Kurzok-Quandel
Tel +49 6131 39-20066
E-Mail

Representative:


Nadin Dehghani
Tel +49 6131 39-20065
E-Mail

 

Area of competence:

  • Advising central administration and the faculties in all issues relating to university law
  • Interpretation of standards relating to university law
  • Advising scientific facilities and operational units on the creation of new or adaptation of existing organizational regulations to current law
  • Legal review of university statutes
  • Committee work
    • Management of the statutes committee
    • Creation of Senate guidelines based on resolutions passed by the statutes committee
  • Procedural representation of the university in all disputes pertaining to administrative law
  • Student teacher training and internships

Civil law

Head:

Benjamin Raacke-Sippel
Tel +49 6131 39-20065
E-Mail

Representative:

Sabine Kurzok-Quandel
Tel +49 6131 39-20066
E-Mail

 

Area of competence:

  • Advising central administration and the faculties in all issues relating to civil law
  • Advising on the design of contracts; legal review of contract templates
  • Compensation law
  • Labor law
  • Personnel representation law
  • Accident insurance law
  • Copyright law
  • General data protection law
  • Domiciliary law
  • Penal law
  • Procedural representation of the university in all civil and penal law affairs

Student Affairs

Student Affairs, examination law / constitutional university law

Head:

Nadin Dehghani
Tel +49 6131 39-20065
E-Mail

Representative:

Sabine Kurzok-Quandel
Tel +49 6131 39-20066
E-Mail

 

Area of competence:

  • Advising central administration and the faculties on all student-related issues
  • Examination law / graduation and habilitation (postdoctoral university degree with lecture qualification) law
  • Appellate proceedings
  • Registration and capacity law
  • Legal review of the statutes of student body formations
  • Computer law in relation to its relevance to teaching
  • Right to carry a title
  • Procedural representation of the university in legal disputes pertaining to the preceding areas