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PD Dr. Teresa Weber, MSc.

PD Dr. Teresa WEBER, MSc.

PD Dr. Teresa WEBER, MSc.

Biographical Sketch

Teresa Weber works as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Law and Governance and the Research Institute for Urban Management and Governance. She studied law in Vienna (University of Vienna, WU Vienna) and Law & Society in Leiden. After completing her doctoral studies, she was assistant professor at the University of Salzburg, where she worked on a post-doctoral thesis on the interrelations of the federal organization of Member States with EU law. For this thesis, she was awarded the venia docendi (post-doctoral degree) for the subjects of constitutional law, administrative law and European law in 2021. Teresa Weber completed several research stays in Germany and Belgium, including at Deutsche Universität für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer, Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law and Leuven Centre for Public Law. Before joining WU Vienna, she researched and lectured at the Institute for Public Law at LMU Munich.

Research Interests

Teresa Weber is particularly interested in the interplay between EU law, international law and national law. She conducts research in the field of environmental law and the transformation to a sustainable society through and within law with a specific focus on questions and challenges arising in the urban context.

Recent Publications

  • T Weber, Bundesstaatliche Identitäten und ihre Achtung im Unionsrecht, Nomos (2022).

  • T Weber, Are Climate Activists Protected by the Aarhus Convention? A Note on Article 3 (8) Aarhus Convention and the New Rapid Response Mechanism for Environmental Defenders, Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law 2022.

A comprehensive list of Teresa’s publications is accessible here (in German), recent activities can be found via PURE.