Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff

Prof. Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff

University of Bielefeld
Gertrude  Lübbe-Wolff

Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff  is a Professor for Constitutional and Administrative  Law, Bielefeld University, Germany; member of the German Federal Constitutional Court (2002–2014). Her fields of expertise include: function and role of constitutional courts,     comparative     constitutional     law,     constitutional history, EU and national constitutions,  German asylum law, German environmental law, philosophy of law. Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff is author of Die Grundrechte als Eingriffsabwehrrechte [German fundamental rights reconstructed as negative rights] (1988), Recht und Moral im Umweltschutz [law and morality in environmental protection]   (1999),   Wie   funktioniert   das   Bundesverfassungsgericht?   [How   does the German Federal Constitutional Court work?] (2015), Die Rechtsprechung des Bundesverfassungsgerichts   zum  Strafvollzug  und  Untersuchungshaftvollzug   [The case-law  of  the  German  Federal  Constitutional  Court  concerning  the  treatment  of prisoners] (2016, forthcoming).