1. Patient autonomy and criminal law : A German perspective Contribution
    Magnus, Dorothea (2022)
    In: Daniluk, Pawel (Eds.), Patient autonomy and criminal law. European perspectives, Routledge, London, (Routledge research in health law, ), pp. 114-136
  2. Assisted suicide in Germany: the landmark ruling of the German Federal Constitutional Court of February 26, 2020 Journal Article
    Göken, Hanna ; Zwießler, Franziska (2022)
    In: German Law Journal, 23(4), pp. 661-671
  3. Mothers' opinions on vaccinations and penal responsibility for vaccination avoidance in nine selected European countries: Findings from a cross-sectional survey Journal Article
    Pisaniak, Paulina ; Konarska, Milena ; Tarczon, Aleksander ; Stawowy, Bartłomiej ; Bejster, Karolina ; Piórek, Weronika ; Mędrzycka-Dąbrowska, Wioletta ; Ozga, Dorota (2021)
    In: Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, pp. 1241-1254
  4. Is this the society in which we want to live? Journal Article
    Radbruch, Lukas ; Jaspers, Birgit (2021)
    In: Journal of palliative medicine, 24(2), pp. 160-161
  5. Manipulation of medical patient data in organ transplantation as attempted homicide? Contribution
    Verrel, Torsten (2020)
    In: Dannecker, Gerhard; Pohlmann, Markus; Valarini, Elizangela (Eds.), Bribery, fraud, cheating. How to explain and to avoid organizational wrongdoing, Springer VS, Wiesbaden; Heidelberg, (Organization, management and crime - Organisation, Management und Kriminalität, ), pp. 207-215
  6. Allocating scarce medical resources under German Criminal Law: the justifying collision of duties in triage situations Journal Article
    Denzel, Moritz (2020)
    In: Revista de Estudos Criminais, 19(78), pp. 23-68
  7. A close look at the German and Australian Anti-FGM framework-concerns. About equal protection and equal application Journal Article
    Braun, Kerstin ; Böse, Martin (2020)
    In: Zeitschrift für Internationale Strafrechtsdogmatik, 15(12), pp. 566-583
  8. Medical error and the criminal law Contribution
    McGrath, Colm Peter (2019)
    In: McGrath, Colm (Eds.), The development of medical liability in Germany, 1800-1945, Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt am Main, (Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte, Band 314), pp. 55-80
  9. Medicine and the limits of criminal law in Germany Contribution
    Koch, Hans-Georg (2018)
    In: Dyson, Matthew; Vogel, Benjamin (Eds.), The limits of criminal law. Anglo-German concepts and principles, Intersentia, Antwerp, pp. 173-193
  10. German law on surrogacy and egg donation. The logic of restrictions Contribution
    Hörnle, Tatjana ; Dücker, Sabrina (2018)
    In: Mitra, Sayani; Patel, Tulsi; Schicktanz, Silke (Eds.), Cross-cultural comparisons on surrogacy and egg donation. Interdisciplinary perspectives from India, Germany and Israel, Springer, Cham, pp. 231-253
  11. Germany Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Bock, Stefanie (2016)
    In: Bohlander, Michael; Reed, Alan; Wake, Nicola (Eds.), Consent. Domestic and comparative perspectives, Routledge, New York [u.a.], (Substantive issues in criminal law, ), pp. 262-279
  12. Assisted suicide: Models of legal regulation in selected European countries and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights Journal Article
    Grosse, Claudia ; Grosse, Alexandra (2015)
    In: Medicine, Science and the Law, 55(4), pp. 246-258
  13. Secularization, anti-minority sentiment, and cultural norms in the German circumcision controversy Journal Article
    Munzer, Stephen (2015)
    In: University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 37(2), pp. 503-582
  14. Law and religion in Germany: the case of circumcision of boys Contribution
    Breig, Burkhard (2014)
    In: Gerlach, Julia; Töpfer, Jochen (Eds.), The role of religion in Eastern Europe today, Springer VS, Berlin, pp. 83-94