Max Planck Law


The Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory is one of nine Max Planck Institutes engaged in advanced legal research that together constitute the Max Planck Law network. The purpose of Max Planck Law is to deepen the cooperation between the participating Institutes and strengthen the cross-institute support for early career researchers.

Max Planck Law offers a curriculum of research seminars and workshops, a career development programme, exchanges with leading international law faculties, support for research initiatives launched by doctoral and post-doctoral researchers, a fellowship scheme drawing high-profile international scholars into the programme and an annual research conference.

Meet the Max Planck Law researchers

Researchers within the Max Planck Law network describe their life and work at their respective Institutes in Freiburg, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Heidelberg.

What can the Max Planck Law network do for you?

Researchers in Freiburg, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Heidelberg describe how they have benefitted from Max Planck Law and what the network can do for you.

Living in Germany

Max Planck Law researchers in Freiburg, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Heidelberg describe what it's like to live in Germany.
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