Dr. Ayşe-Martina Böhringer

Department of Public Law and International Law

Assistant Professor

Licher Straße 76
35394 Gießen
Germany


Phone 0641 99 211 67
Fax 0641 99 211 59
Email                 Ayse.M.Boehringer(at)recht.uni-giessen.de

Career

Ayṣe-Martina Böhringer, PhD, lawyer, began her studies of law in October 2002 at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen (Germany).

She was graduated in February 2007 and holds a law degree (first state examination) from the Justus Liebig University of Giessen.

After her first state examination she was research assistant at the Department of Public Law, International Law and European Law (Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn), Justus Liebig University of Giessen with main research areas in, inter alia, International Environmental Law, European Law with emphasis on European Resources Law, Constitutional Law as well as selected areas of Turkish Law from 2007 to 2011. Ayṣe-Martina Böhringer gave lectures on, inter alia, European Natural Resources Law and worked on several projects dealing with international environmental law and international development law. In 2008 she was visiting Assistant Professor at the Dokuz-Eylül University in İzmir (Turkey).

Ayṣe-Martina Böhringer completed her legal traineeship (Referendariat) in Giessen and passed her second state examination in 2013. She finished her doctoral thesis on “Die Kooperationsvereinbarungen der Sekretariate multilateraler Umweltschutzübereinkommen” (Cooperation Agreements between Secretariats of Multilateral Environmental Agreements) in 2012 and earned her Doctor juris from the University of Giessen in 2013.

After her legal traineeship, she joined a law office in Frankfurt/Main specialized in environmental and planning law and, inter alia, advised mainly industry clients on environmental law including hazardous substances, product and waste laws.

In summer 2015, following her work at the law office, she returned to the Department for Public Law and International Law, Franz von Liszt Institute for International and Comparative Law, Justus Liebig University. Since October 2015, she has been working there as an Assistant Professor of Law on her post-doctoral thesis (Habilitation).

Publications

1 Die Bedeutung der Klimaschutzkonvention und des Kyoto-Protokolls für die Energiewirtschaft, in: N. Ruppel (Hrsg.), Europäisches und Internationales Energiewirtschaftsrecht: Tagungsband des 9. Graduiertentreffens im Internationalen Wirtschaftsrecht in Gießen 2008 (Stuttgart et al. 2009), S. 25-59.
2 Environmental Law – Europe, in: K. Bosselmann, D. Fogel und J. B. Ruhl (Hrsg.), Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability Vol. 3: The Law and Politics of Sustainability (Great Barrington, MA 2011), S. 232-236 (zus. mit Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn).
3 Klimaschutz nach Kopenhagen - Die Zukunft des Völkerrechtlichen Klimaschutzes, in: J. Gundel u. K. W. Lange (Hrsg.), Klimaschutz nach Kopenhagen – Internationale Instrumente und nationale Umsetzung Tagungsband der Ersten Bayreuther Energierechtstage 2010 (Tübingen 2011), S. 1-15 (zus. mit Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn).
4 Clean Development Mechanism - Proposal for an Appeals Process, in: Environmental Policy and Law 41 (2011), S. 14-18 (zus. mit Prof. Dr. Michael Bothe, Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn, Prof. Dr. Eckard Rehbinder und Johan Horst).
5 An Ecosystem Approach to the Transboundary Protection of Biodiversity, in: L. Kotzé u. T. Marauhn (Hrsg.), Transboundary Governance of Biodiversity (Leiden 2014) (zus. mit Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn).
6 Die Kooperationsvereinbarungen der Sekretariate multilateraler Umweltschutzüberein-kommen (Tübingen 2014) (Dissertation).
7 Der Fall Assange – Eine Bühne für politisches Theater? Das Mandat der Arbeitsgruppe für willkürliche Inhaftierungen des UN-Menschenrechtsrats, in: Vereinte Nationen 4/2016, S. 170-174.
8 Das neue Pariser Klimaübereinkommen – Eine Kompromisslösung mit Symbolkraft und Verhaltenssteuerungspotential, in: ZaöRV 76 (2016), S. 753-795.
9 Das Bonner Übereinkommen zur Erhaltung der wandernden wildlebenden Tierarten, in: Archiv des Völkerrechts 54 (2016), S. 493-504 (zus. mit Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn).
10 Environmental Implications of Disarmament: The CWC Case, in: Carsten Stahn, Jens Iverson, and Jennifer S. Easterday (eds.), Environmental Protection and Transitions from Conflict to Peace: Clarifying Norms, Principles, and Practices (forthcoming) (zus. mit Prof. Dr. Marauhn).