Dr. Ignaz Stegmiller

Coordinator International Programs - Faculty of Law

Department of Public Law and International Law
Licher Strasse 76

35394 Giessen
Germany


Phone   0641 99 211 57
Fax       0641 99 211 59

Email    ignaz.stegmiller(at)recht.uni-giessen.de

Career

Ignaz Stegmiller studied law at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen, the Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of X Nanterre – Paris. He was graduated in 2005 and holds a law degree (first state exam).

During his PhD research period with Prof. Dr. Kai Abos at the Georg August University of Goettingen, Dr. Ignaz Stegmiller also spent three months in The Hague at the International Criminal Court and one semester at Yale University, New Haven (CT). In December 2009 he earned his Doctor juris from the Georg August University of Goettingen (summa cum laude). His research topic was “The Pre-Investigation Stage of the International Criminal Court – Criteria for Situation Selection”.

During his legal traineeship at the Court of Appeals in Bremen, Dr. Stegmiller worked for the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations in Geneva, the Law Firm Heinrich Hannover (Defense Counsel Mr. Berhard Docke) and a GIZ-Project in Rwanda on “Poverty Reduction and Crisis Prevention through the Promotion of Good Governance”. After his legal traineeship Dr. Stegmiller worked as a Technical Advisor of GIZ/CPS for the Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC) in Cambodia for more than one year.

Since December 2012 Dr. Stegmiller has been working as the Coordinator for International Programs of the Faculty of Law at the Franz von Liszt Institute for International and Comparative Law, Department for Public Law, International Law and European Union Law.

Monographs

1. The Pre-Investigation Stage of the ICC – The Criteria for Situation Selection, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 2011, S.619

Essays

1. The Triggering Procedure of the International Criminal Court, Book Review, Criminal Law Forum, Vol. 17, No.1, 2006, pp. 103-107
2. “Sancţiuni vizate”. Regulamente ale Consiliului European adoptate pe baza unor Reoluţii ale Consiliului de Securitate (Tribunalul de primă instanţă decizia din 21 septembrie 2005, cazul T-306/01 şi T-315/01, decizia din 12 julie 2006, cazul T-253/02 şi T-49/04, Caiete de Drept Penal (C.H. Beck), No.1, 2007 (with Dr. Peter Rackow), pp. 123-127
3. EC Regulations: ‘targeted sanctions’, Journal of Criminal Law, Vol. 71, No. 1, 2007 (with Dr. Peter Rackow), pp. 25 – 28
4. “Intelligente Sanktionen“ zur Terrorbekämpfung Yusuf, Kadi, Ayadi und Hassan vor dem EuG, HuV-Informationsschriften, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2007 (with Dr. Peter Rackow), pp. 68 – 78
5. German Research on International Criminal Law, Book Review, Criminal Law Forum, Vol. 19, No.1, 2008 (with Prof. Dr. Kai Ambos), pp. 181-198
6. Judgement and Sentence, Prosecutor v. Ndindabahizi, Case No. ICTR-2001-71-I, T. Ch. I, 15 July 2004, in: Klip/Sluiter (Hrsg.), Annotated Leading Cases Volume XVIII, Commentary, Intersentia 2008, pp. 748-754
7. The pre-investigation stage of the ICTY and ICC compared, in: Kruessmann (Hrsg.), ICTY: Towards a Fair Trial?, Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag/Intersentia 2008, pp. 311-340
8. Der Sondergerichtshof für Sierra Leone, der Oberste Irakische Strafgerichtshof und das Sondertribunal für Libanon – Ein Vergleich -, Zeitschrift für Internationale Strafrechtsdogmatik, No.9, 2008 (with Ousman Njikam/Said Pirmurat), pp. 426-432
9. “Stealth Online Inquiry”, BGH Decision of 31 January 2007: Case No. StB 18/06, Case Note, Journal of Criminal Law, Vol. 73, No.1, 2009, pp.26-29
10. Disclosure and other evidentiary matters, in: Klip/Sluiter (Hrsg.), Annotated Leading Cases Vol. XXIV, Commentary, Intersentia 2009, pp. 145-152
11. The gravity threshold under the ICC Statute: Gravity back and forth in Lubanga and Ntaganda, International Criminal Law Review, Vol. 9, No. 3, 2009, pp. 547-565
12. “Complementarity Thoughts”, Review Essay, Criminal Law Forum, Vol. 20, No.1, 2010, pp.159-174
13. Self-referrals on trial: From Panacea to Patient, Journal of International Criminal Justice, Vol. 8, No.5, 2010 (with Andreas Th. Müller), pp. 1267-1294
14. Disclosure and evidence, in: Klip/ Sluiter (Hrsg.), Annotated Leading Cases Volume XXXI, Commentary, Intersentia 2011, pp. 166-174
15. Interpretative gravity under the Rome Statute, Identifying common gravity criteria, in: Stahn/El Zeidy, The International Criminal Court and Complementarity, Vol. 1, Cambridge University Press 2011, pp. 603-641
16. Prosecuting international crimes at the International Criminal Court: is there a coherent and comprehensive prosecution strategy?, Crime, Law and Social Change, Vol. 58, Issue 4, 2012 (with Prof. Dr. Kai Ambos), pp. 391-413
17. Hybrid Perspectives on Legacies of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), Conference Report and Recommendations, ECCC and CHRAC, December 2012 (co-editor).
18. Book Review, Ambos/Mannganidze (Hrsg.), Power and Prosecution, Zeitschrift für Internationale Strafrechtsdogmatik, No.6, 2013, pp. 280-283.
19. The International Criminal Court and Mali: Towards More Transparency in International Criminal Law Investigations?, Criminal Law Forum, Vol.24, No.4, 2013, pp. 475-499
20. Syrian Extraordinary Tribunal to Prosecute Atrocities – A Deadlock for the International Criminal Court?, Bofaxe 446E, 7 March 2014
21. The third judgment of the ICC in the Situation in DRC – The Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga, Bofaxe 448E, 13 March 2014
22. Legal Developments in Civil Party Participation at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Leiden Journal of International Law, 2014, pp.465-477
23. Article 14 of the Rome Statute, Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court (CLICC), available at www.casematrixnetwork.org/cmn-knowledge-hub/icc-commentary-clicc
24. Article 15 of the Rome Statute, Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Court (CLICC), available at www.casematrixnetwork.org/cmn-knowledge-hub/icc-commentary-clicc
25. “The International Criminal Court and State Cooperation: Self-referrals as panacea?”, in: Global Cooperation in Transitional Justice: Challenges, Possibilities, and Limits, Noemi Gal-Or/Birgit Schwelling (eds.), Global Dialogues 6, Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg 2015, pp.31-36