Judge Rüdiger Wolfrum: Visiting Scholar

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Judge Wolfrum was an Assistant Professor, Institute of International Law, University of Bonn (1973–1982); Research fellow, Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia (1977–1978); Professor of National Public and International Public Law, University of Mainz (1982); Professor, Chair of National Public and International Public Law and Director, Institute of International Law, University of Kiel (1982–1993); Vice-Rector, University of Kiel (1990–1993); Judge at the Courts of Appeal for Administrative Matters, Lüneburg and Schleswig (1986–1993); Director, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg (1993–2013); Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Heidelberg (1993–2013); Vice-President, German Research Foundation (1996–2002). Judge Rüdiger Wolfrum is currently an Honorary Professor, of the Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg. He is also an Honorary Professor, of the Faculty of Law, at the University of Pretoria and a Member, Board of the Max Planck Foundation on International Peace and Rule of Law.

Judge Rüdiger Wolfrum is the author and editor of numerous books and articles on various issues of public international law, law of the sea, international environmental law, human rights, United Nations and the Antarctic, including: Internationalization of Common Spaces Outside National Jurisdiction: The Development of an International Administration for Antarctica, Outer Space, High Seas and Deep Seabed.