Schindler Lectures

Starting with the academic year 2019/20, the Institute of International and Comparative Constitutional Law is launching the "Dietrich Schindler Lectures". In memory of its renowned international and constitutional lawyers Dietrich Schindler sen. (1890-1948) and Dietrich Schindler jun. (1924-2018), the Institute will invite every semester a distinguished scholar to give a lecture on a fundamental topic of international or constitutional law. The lectures are open to the general public.



Lectures 2019/2020

Anne Orford


Professor of Public International Law, University of Melbourne, author of, among other works, "International Authority and the Responsibility to Protect"


"Populist International Law"

This event has been postponed. Details will follow.




Philippe Sands


Professor of Public International Law, University College London, author of, among other works, the bestseller "East West Street"


"East West Street: a personal history of international crime"

This lecture was held on 29 October 2019