The Institute for Agricultural Law was founded in 1961 and is now one of the leading research centers of agricultural law in Germany and Europe. The research focuses on the European, national and comparative agricultural law, in particular, the agricultural lease law, real estate transactions, competition law and antitrust, state aid law, copyright law, renewable energy law, food law, nature conservation law, animal welfare and the right of rural areas.
The tasks of the Trainee include inter alia:
- Support tasks at the Institute;
- Literature research;
- Preparing results;
- Translating texts;
- Supporting in courses and lectures
EUR 300.00 per Month
Administrative Law - Advanced
Comparative Law - General
Constitutional Law - Advanced
Environmental Law - Advanced
European Competition Law - General
European Constitutional Law - General
European Economic Law - General
Public International Law - General
Spanish (Castilian) - Fluent
German - Good
English - Good
Regarding the language skills: either German or Spanish must be fluent. If German is not good, the Trainee must have good English or German skills.
The research area of the institute covers the entire field of agricultural law, public comparative law and environmental law.