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Fourth Viennese Law Salon


On Wednesday, 12 June, 2024, 6.30 p.m. the Viennese Law Salon opened its doors for the fourth time.

Der Wiener Juristische Salon | The Viennese Law Salon

Planung – Innovation – Transformation | Planning – Innovation – Transformation

The Viennese Law Salon aims to offer a space for international and research-led exchange on the role of law in shaping sustainable social structures. Through inspiring thoughts, controversial propositions, and constructive feedback, it fosters a lively discussion on topics related to planning, innovation, and transformation.

The Viennese Law Salon is organized by

  • Professor Dragana Damjanovic (TU Vienna)

  • Professor Iris Eisenberger (University of Vienna)

  • Professor Verena Madner (WU)

On Wednesday, 12 June, 2024, 6.30 p.m. the Viennese Law Salon opened its doors for the fourth time.

Professor Franz Reimer spoke on “Suffizienz – ein Weg für das Umweltrecht?” (Sufficiency – a pathway for environmental law?). The talk will be held in German.

Franz Reimer studied law in Bonn, Oxford, and Freiburg. His doctoral thesis, supervised by Dietrich Murswiek, was published in 2001 under the title “Verfassungsprinzipien. Ein Normtyp im Grundgesetz” (Constitutional principles. A type of norm in the Basic Law.). As an assistant at the Institute for Political Science and Philosophy of Law under Andreas Voßkuhle, he wrote his habilitation thesis “Qualitätssicherung. Grundlagen eines Dienstleistungsverwaltungsrechts” (Quality assurance. Fundamentals of a service administration law). In the winter semester of 2007/08, Franz Reimer was appointed to the Justus Liebig University Giessen, where he also served as Dean of Studies at the Faculty of Law and as Managing Director of the Rudolf von Jhering Institute. He has been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for Environmental Energy Law, Würzburg, since 2011.

The fourth edition of the Viennese Law Salon took place at the University of Vienna, Campus AAKH, Aula 1.11, 1090 Vienna.

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