Linus Mührel

C8_Mührel.hoch

Research Project C8

Researcher

Address
Binger Straße 40
Room 201
14197 Berlin

Linus Mührel studied law specializing on the Internationalization of the Legal Order at the Free University of Berlin (First German State Exam, 2016). During his studies he participated in international academic competitions.

Linus has interned with the National Headquarters of the German Red Cross in the Department for International Law and International Institutions (2016), the Human Rights-NGO Sutyajnik in Yekaterinburg (2013), as well as SNR Dentons Berlin in the Department labor law (2013). At Dentons he worked also as research associate.

Furthermore, he gained international working experience by completing a one-year voluntary service in Barnaul and Novosibirsk, Russia, as well as during various coaching seminars for volunteers in South Africa and Uganda. In addition to that, he led German-Russian youth exchanges in Russia.

Language skills: German, English, Russian, Italian

In his Ph.D. Research Project, Linus analyzes the role of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the law-making-process in International Humanitarian Law.

Research Interests:

  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Law-making in Public International Law
  • Democracy in Public International Law
  • Human Rights and Social Work

Articles

„Kapital4Sozial? Thomas Pikettys Analyse des Kapitals im 21. Jahrhundert und Folgerungen für die Soziale Arbeit als gesellschaftspolitischer Akteur“ in: Müller, Carsten/Birgmeier, Bernd/Mührel, Eric (ed.) Soziale Arbeit in der Ökonomisierungsfalle? Analysen und Perspektiven (Wiesbaden: Springer-VS Verlag, 2016), S. 53-64

Das Ende des repräsentativen Staates? - Demokratie am Scheideweg, Deutsch-südafrikanische Tagung am 11. / 12. Juli 2014 an der Freien Universität Berlin, JuS 2014

„Gibt es im Völkerrecht ein Recht auf Demokratie?“ in: Mührel, Eric/Birgmeier, Bernd (ed.) Menschenrechte und Demokratie (Wiesbaden: Springer-VS Verlag, 2013), S. 57-86

Presentations

The Permissive and/or Restrictive Nature of International Humanitarian Law (together with Katja Schöberl)
SFB 700-Workshop, 25.11.2016: Challenges to International Humanitarian Law in Areas of Limited Statehood – adaptable and legitimate, or petrified and unreasonable?

United Nations and Democracy
Weekend seminar of United Nations Youth Association of Germany, 9.-10.06.2012 in Berlin

Others

Beiträge zu Karl Larenz, Theodor Maunz und Reinhard Maurach in: Kritische Jurist*innen (ed.) Das rechte (Un)Recht: Ein erstes A-Z des Rechts und seiner „Gelehrten“ im Nationalsozialismus und ihr Fortwirken in der Gegenwart