Frank Schorkopf Prof. Dr. iur.,


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Born in 1970, Frank Schorkopf studied law in Hamburg and London and passed his First State Examination in 1997. From 1997 to 1998, he worked as an assistant to the former Hamburg Member of the European Parliament in Brussels. Afterwards, he worked as a research assistant at the University of Hamburg. He received his Doctorate in Hamburg in 1999 and passed the Second State Examination in Law in 2001. From 2001 to 2002, Frank Schorkopf worked as a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. From 2002 to 2005, he worked as a law clerk at the Second Senate of the German Federal Constitutional Court. In 2005, he joined the Institute for Public Law, Department of Constitutional Law at the University of Bonn. In 2007, he obtained his qualification as a professor (Habilitation) in Public Law, European Law and International Law at the Faculty of Law and Political Science. Since May 2009, he has been a full university professor at the Chair of Public Law and European Law at the University of Göttingen. From October 2012 to September 2014 he was Dean of the Faculty of Law and from May 2015 to September 2019 member of the Senate of the University of Göttingen. Since 2016 he is a full member of the Academy of Sciences in Göttingen. Frank Schorkopf lives with his wife and three children in Göttingen.

Publications (Selected Publications)


  • Das Dublin-Recht in EU-Gesetzgebung und Anwendungspraxis – Strukturprobleme und Perspektiven, in: Markus Ludwigs/Stefanie Schmahl (Hrsg), Die EU zwischen Niedergang und Neugründung, Baden-Baden 2020, S. 55-74.
  • Kanzlerdemokratie und der Ort des Politischen, in: Hans Michael Heinig/Frank Schorkopf
    (Hrsg.), 70 Jahre Grundgesetz. In welcher Verfassung ist die Bundesrepublik?,
    Göttingen 2019, S. 165-176.
  • Der Deutsche Bundestag und der Migrationspakt – Anlass zur Stärkung parlamentarischer
    Beteiligung an völkerrechtlichen Soft Law-Prozessen?
    , Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht
    und Ausländerpolitik 2019, S. 90-95.
  • Neukommentierung des Art. 45 GG (EU-Ausschuss des Deutschen Bundestages) im Bonner Kommentar, August 2018, 192. Aktualisierung, 74 Seiten.
  • Robert Krawielickis (1905-1966) Arbeit am Schmelztiegel eines allgemeinen europäischen Rechts, in: Jahrbuch des öffentlichen Rechts 67 (2019), S. 553-566.
  • Europäischer Konstitutionalismus oder die normative Behauptung des »European way of life«. Potenziale der neueren Wertrechtsprechung des EuGH, Neue juristische Wochenschrift 72 (2019), S. 3418-3423.


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