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Prof. Helen E. Hartnell

Prof. Helen E. Hartnell

Freie Universität Berlin

Internationale Sommer- und Winteruniversität

(FUBiS)

E-Mail
hartnell[at]zedat.fu-berlin.de

Professorin Helen E. Hartnell, Juris Doctor (J.D.), war von 1997 bis 2013 als Professorin für Rechtswissenschaft an der Golden Gate University of Law in San Francisco tätig. Sie unterrichtete außerdem an internationalen Hochschulen, etwa als DAAD-Gastprofessorin für Angloamerikanisches Recht an der Freien Universität Berlin, als Fulbright-Gastprofessorin an der Universität Helsinki und als Gastdozentin an der Universität zu Köln. Darüber hinaus lehrte Helen Hartnell an verschiedenen Hochschulen in den USA, darunter Tulane Law School und Harvard Law School. Sie gibt Lehrveranstaltungen zu internationalem Wirtschaftsrecht, europäischem Recht, internationalem Privatrecht, Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit, Finanzrecht und zusätzlich Kurse mit sozial-rechtlicher Perspektive.

Aktuelle FUBiS-Kurse:

  • Derzeit:
    Doktorandin: University of California, Berkeley: Interdisciplinary Program in Jurisprudence and Social Policy (Abschluss der Promotion voraussichtlich 2018)
    Titel der Dissertation: Institutionalizing Civil Justice in the European Union: Legal Elites and Ideologies in Transnational Governance
  • 2002 - 2013
    Professor of Law, Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco, CA;
    Associate Professor (1997-2002)
    Kurse:
    European Union Law; International Trade Regulation; Private International Law; Sales; International Business Transactions
    Moots:
    Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court; Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
  • Oktober 2006 - März 2007 
    DAAD Gastprofessur für anglo-amerikanisches Recht, Freie Universität Berlin, Deutschland
    Kurse:
    Transnational Litigation in U.S. Courts; Equality and Non-discrimination Law in the United States
  • 2004 - 2006
    Gastdozentin, Universität Köln, juristische Fakultät
  • 2005 - 2006
    Institut für internationales und ausländisches Privatrecht (Prof. Mansel)
    Kurs:
    Introduction to the U.S. Legal System (WS 2005/06)
  • 2004 - 2005
    RIZ, Rechtszentrum für europäische und internationale Zusammenarbeit (Prof. Horn)
    Kurs:
    Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
  • August 1996 - Mai 1997
    Gastdozentin, Harvard Law School, Graduate Division
    Kurs:
    Legal Theory: The Canon of American Law (für Postgraduate-Studierende)
  • Januar - Juli 1996
    Gastforscher Harvard Law School, European Law Research Center (January-July 1996)
  • 1995
    Gastprofessur an der juristischen Fakultät der Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
    Kurse:
    International Business Transactions; European Community Law
  • August 1993 - Juli 1995
    Associate Professor of Law, Central European University, Legal Studies Department, Budapest, Ungarn
    Kurse:
    European Community Law I (Institutions), II (Internal Market) & III (External Relations, Association and Accession); Advanced Contracts (International Transactions); Securing Payment and Performance; International Sale of Goods
  • Juli 1992 - Juni 1994
    Gastprofessur (Civic Education Project), ELTE University Faculty of Law (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem), Budapest, Ungarn
    Kurse:
    The American Constitutional System; American Civil Rights and Civil Liberties; International Trade Law
  • Juni 1992 - Juli 1998
    Associate Professor of Law, Tulane Law School
    Kurse:
    International Business Transactions; Contracts I; Contracts II (Sales); European Community Law (Advanced)
  • August 1980 - Oktober 1981
    Forschungsassistenz bei Professor Dr. Dieter Giesen, Freie Universität Berlin, West Berlin, Deutschland
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Civil Justice as Governance in the European Union: Reflections on Civil Procedure, Private International Law (Conflict of Laws) and the Administration of Justice since the Roman Empire, Helsinki Legal Studies Research Paper No. 40 (2015).
  • Helen E. Hartnell & Massimo Fichera, All You Need is Law: Italian Courts Break New Ground in the Treatment of Same-Sex Marriage, Helsinki Legal Studies Research Paper No. 22 (October 2012); 2(2) International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies 171 (2014).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, U.S. Court of Appeals Rules on Effect of One Country’s Article 96 Reservation on Oral Contract Governed by the CISG, 4 Praxis des Internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts (IPRax) 367 (2012).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Living La Vida lex Mercatoria, 12 Uniform Law Review 733-60 (2007).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Living La Vida Lex Mercatoria, in K.P. Berger et al. (eds), Zivil- und Wirtschaftsrecht im Europäischen und Globalen Kontext: Festschrift für Norbert Horn 355-376 (2006).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Belonging: Citizenship and Migration in the European Union and in Germany, 24:1 Berkeley Journal of International Law 330-400 (2006); also published in Symposium for Richard Buxbaum on Germany: Its Reconstitution and Its Reintegration into Europe and the World, Issues in Legal Scholarship (2006): Article 12, http://www.bepress.com/ils/iss9/art12.
  • Helen E. Hartnell, EUstitia: Institutionalizing Justice in the European Union, 23 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 65-138 (Fall 2002).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Why (Not) Seek Uniform Solutions?, Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (2002).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, European Integration through the Kaleidoscope: The View from the Central and Eastern European Margins, in William Armstrong & Noel Parker (eds), Margins in European Integration (London: Macmillan, 2000).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Sub-regional Coalescence in European Regional Integration, 16 Wisconsin International Law Journal 115-226 (1997).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, The First Five-Year Span (1989-1994): Law and Religion in Post-Communist Hungary, 1996 Brigham Young University Law Journal 731-755.
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Association Agreements between the EC and Central and Eastern European States, 35 Acta Juridica Hungarica 225-236 (1993).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Central/Eastern Europe: The Long and Winding Road toward European Union, 15 Comparative Law Yearbook for International Business 179-229 (Graham & Trotman/Martinus Nijhoff, 1993).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Rousing the Sleeping Dog: The Validity Exception to the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, 18 Yale Journal of International Law 1-93 (1993).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, The New New International Economic Order, Proceedings of the 87th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 462-470 (1993).
  • Helen E. Hartnell, Reithmann & Martiny: Internationales Vertragsrecht, 25 International Lawyer 291 (1991) (book review).
  • D.L. Uchtmann & H.E. Hartnell, Qualified Disclaimers of Joint Tenancies: A Policy and Property Law Analysis, 22 Arizona Law Review 987-1010 (1981).