1. The new German law on sexual assault Contribution
    Hörnle, Tatjana (2023)
    In: Hörnle, Tatjana (Eds.), Sexual assault. Law reform in a comparative perspective, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 141-162
  2. On extreme forms of violence against women in Europe: Does femi(ni)cide exist in Germany? Contribution
    Luján Pinelo, Aleida (2022)
    In: Davinić, Marko; Kostić, Svetislav (Eds.), Gender competent public law and policies, Springer International Publishing, Cham, (Gender Perspectives in Law, ), pp. 109-129
  3. Enforcement of policies against illicit trade in tobacco products in Germany Contribution
    Böse, Martin ; Kober, David (2022)
    In: Tosza, Stanisław; Vervaele, John (Eds.), Combatting illicit trade in tobacco products, Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 227-288
  4. Victims’ rights looking good on paper - How criminal prosecution in Germany fails victims of sexual violence Journal Article
    Wolf, Anne-Katrin ; Werner, Maja (2021)
    In: German Law Journal, 22(5), pp. 800-816
  5. Germany Contribution
    Paiusco, Sara (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Nullum Crimen Sine Lege, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Foreseeability of the Law, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, pp. 360-394
  6. Corporate complicity in international crimes through arms supplies despite national authorisations? Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2021)
    In: International Criminal Law Review, 21(1), pp. 181-201
  7. “L’État, c’est moi!” The defamation of foreign state leaders in times of globalized media and growing nationalism Journal Article
    Heinze, Alexander (2020)
    In: Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law, 9(1), pp. 33-67
  8. Comment: legal certainty and human rights in the European legal order – the treatment of preventive detention in the German Federal Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights Contribution
    Sandhu, Aqilah (2020)
    In: Hugo, Charl; Möllers, Thomas (Eds.), Legal certainty and fundamental rights. A cross-disciplinary approach to constitutional principles in German and South African law, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Augsburger Rechtsstudien, 89), pp. 135-156
  9. Human trafficking – can the German reform address the complexity of the phenomenon? Journal Article
    Beck, Susanne ; Tassis, Melina (2020)
    In: European Criminal Law Review, 10(3), pp. 293-313
  10. Fundamental rights and the surveillance of telecommunications in Poland and Germany – So similar yet so different Contribution
    Muszyński, Jan (2017)
    In: Priesmeyer-Tkocz, Weronika (Eds.), Common values, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, pp. 83-112
  11. A comparative analysis of the proposed new cybercrime legislation in South Africa and the situation in Germany and the European Union Contribution
    Villiers, Dawie (2017)
    In: Hugo, Charl; Möllers, Thomas (Eds.), Transnational impacts on law: perspectives from South Africa and Germany, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, pp. 335-370
  12. Protecting the right to sexual self-determination: Models of regulation and current challenges in European and German sex crime laws Contribution
    Brodowski, Dominik (2017)
    In: Saad-Diniz, Eduardo (Eds.), O lugar da vítima nas ciências criminais, LiberArs, São Paulo, pp. 15-25
  13. Monitoring prisons in Germany : The role of the European Court of Human Rights Contribution
    Morgenstern, Christine ; Dünkel, Frieder (2017)
    In: Cliquennois, Gaëtan; de Suremain, Hugues (Eds.), Monitoring penal policy in Europe, Routledge, London, (Routledge frontiers of criminal justice, 49), pp. 21-36
  14. Exchange of intercepted electronic communication data between foreign countries Contribution
    Wahl, Thomas (2016)
    In: Boulet, Gertjan; Hert, Paul; Polčák, Radim; Sieber, Ulrich; Tropina, Tatiana; von zur Mühlen, Nicolas (Eds.), Access to telecommunication data in criminal justice. A comparative analysis of European legal orders, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Schriftenreihe des Max-Planck-Instituts für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht. Strafrechtliche Forschungsberichte, Band 156), pp. 570-599