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Professor Winfried Huck

Professor Winfried Huck

C-EENRG Fellow

Professor for International Economic Law and European Economic Law in Germany, Brunswick European Law School (BELS)

Ostfalia University


Biography:

Winfried Huck is a Professor for International Economic Law and European Economic Law in Germany at the Brunswick European Law School (BELS), Ostfalia University. He studied at the University in Bonn, passed two state exams in Cologne and Düsseldorf and earned his doctor degree (PhD) at the University of Bonn. Huck worked as an attorney and later as Head of Division for Law and Strategy in the Department of Nuclear Fuel Cycle in the Federal Office for Radiation Protection in Germany. As a legal consultant for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, he was a member of the Transport Safety Appraisals Missions of the IAEA in Brazil, Panama, France and Japan. Huck was elected several times as a dean of the faculty of law, Ostfalia University and elected as vice president for technology as well. His activities related to China became part of the rule-of-law-dialogue which was stipulated between the governments of Germany and China, and Huck was appointed as a professor at the Chinese-German College for Postgraduate Studies of Tongji University, Shanghai. He started a cooperation with the University of Havana where he was nominated as the corresponding member of the society of Constitutional and Administrative Law in the Society of Jurists of Cuba. In 2019 he was accepted as Visiting Fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL) at the University of Cambridge, and he was appointed as Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. His research focuses on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their connection to International Law, and European Economic Law.

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