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Dr. Björnstjern Baade

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Researcher

Address
Boltzmannstr. 3
Room 4430
14195 Berlin
Email
b.baade[at]fu-berlin.de
CV
From
January 2017

Post-doc in the working group "Towards a Proceduralization of International Law?" of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Berlin/Heidelberg)

Since
Nov. 2016

Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Public and International Law of Freie Universität Berlin (Prof. Dr. Heike Krieger)

2016

Doctorate in Law

2016

Second State Examination in Law

2014-2016

Clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin (Kammergericht)

Stages inter alia at the Federal Constitutional Court, Foreign Office (Division 500, general public international law), and Raue LLP (public law)

2014

Research stay at the European Court of Human Rights

2012 -
März 2016

Research Fellow at the Institute for Public and International Law of Freie Universität Berlin (Prof. Dr. Heike Krieger)

2012

First State Examination in Law
2010-2012 Student assistant at the Collaborative Research Centre 700 "Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood" (Project C8 "Security Governance and International Law")

2009

Summer School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"Human Rights in Times of Emergency  – German Israeli and International Perspectives"
2009

Participation in the National Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court in Münster

(Gleis Lutz Best Oralist Award / Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Award for the best memorials)

2008 Certificate of Higher Education in English Law
2005-2012

Studied law at the Freie Universität Berlin and the University of Birmingham (UK)

Focus on public international law, European law and comparative law

Internships inter alia at the Human Rights Centre of the University of Potsdam, the Federal Ministry of Justice (Division IV A 6: public international law, international organisations and international courts), and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London

2005 General qualification for university entrance (Abitur)
Membership

Advisory Board of the Völkerrechtsblogs
Junge Wissenschaft im Öffentlichen Recht e.V.
DGWHV e.V.


I. Monographies

Der Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte als Diskurswächter: Zur Methodik, Legitimität und Rolle des Gerichtshofs im demokratisch-rechtsstaatlichen Entscheidungsprozess, Springer (Contributions on Comparative Public Law and International Law) 2017.

 

II. Edited Publications

Cynical International Law? Abuse and Circumvention in Public International and European Law, in preparation, Springer 2020 (co-edited with Dana Burchardt, Prisca Feihle, Linus Mührel, Raphael Schäfer, Lena Riemer and Alicia Köppen).

International Humanitarian Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Adaptable and Legitimate or Rigid and Unreasonable?, Nomos 2018 (co-edited with Linus Mührel und Anton Petrov)

Verhältnismäßigkeit im Völkerrecht [Proportionality in Public International Law], Mohr-Siebeck 2016 (co-edited with Sebastian Ehricht, Matthäus Fink, Robert Frau, Mirka Möldner, Isabella Risini and Torsten Stirner).

 

III. Commentaries

Art. 52 and 56 European Convention on Human Rights (co-authored with Heike Krieger) in:

Katharina Pabel / Stefanie Schmahl (eds.), Internationaler Kommentar zur Europäischen Menschenrechtskonvention, loose-leaf, March 2019.

 

IV. Articles

Title

Source

Fake News and International Law

European Journal of International Law 2018, 1357–1376.

   

„Sehenden Auges dem Tode oder schwersten Verletzungen ausgeliefert“? Die Verwertung von Lageberichten als Beweismittel zur Feststellung der subsidiären Schutzbedürftigkeit von Asylbewerbern

[The Use of Country Reports as Evidence in the Determination of Subsidiary Protection Status]

 Die Öffentliche Verwaltung 2018, 806-816.
   

The ECtHR’s Role as a Guardian of Discourse: Safeguarding a Decision-Making Process Based on Well-Established Standards, Practical Rationality, and Facts

Leiden Journal of International Law 2018, 335-361.

   

Die Identität der Mehrheit und die Grenzen ihres Schutzes
[Majority Identity and the Limits of its Protection] (English summary included)

Archiv des öffentlichen Rechts 2017, 566-613.

   

Eine „Charta für Kriminelle“? Zur demokratietheoretischen Kritik am EGMR
und dem aktiven Wahlrecht von Strafgefangenen

[A "Charter for Criminals"? On the Demoratic Critique of the ECtHR and Prisoners' Right to Vote] (English summary included)

Archiv des Völkerrechts 2013, 339–368.
   

Weibliche Angehörige von Minderheiten in Europa und Geschlechtergerechtigkeit – ein Bericht der Europäischen Kommission [Female Members of Minorities in Europe and Gender Equality - a Report by the European Commission]

2 MenschenRechtsMagazin (2010) 182-188.

 

V. Contributions to Edited Publications

Title Source
   
 Historical Truth Before the ECtHR

Aust/Demir (eds.), The European Court of Human Rights: Current Challenges in Historical and Comparative Perspective, Elgar forthcoming

   

Due Diligence and the Duty to Protect Human Rights

Krieger/Peters (Hrsg.), Due Diligence in International Law, OUP forthcoming

   

„Sehenden Auges dem Tode oder schwersten Verletzungen ausgeliefert“? Die Verwertung von Lageberichten als Beweismittel zur Feststellung der subsidiären Schutzbedürftigkeit von Asylbewerbern

[The Use of Country Reports as Evidence in the Determination of Subsidiary Protection Status]

Mülder/Drechsler/Helmrich/Streule/Weitensteiner (eds.), Richterliche Abhängigkeit - Rechtsfindung im Öffentlichen Recht (Tagungsband 58. Assistententagung), Nomos (forthcoming).

   

Concluding Observations: How International Humanitarian Law is Shaped to Meet the Challenges Arising from Areas of Limited Statehood  – Theoretical Problems in Practice (co-authored with Linus Mührel and Anton Petrov)

Baade/Mührel/Petrov (eds.), International Humanitarian Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Adaptable and Legitimate or Rigid and Unreasonable?, Nomos 2018, 217-239.

   
Introduction: International Humanitarian Law and Areas of Limited Statehood (co-authored with Heike Krieger and Linus Mührel) Baade/Mührel/Petrov (eds.), International Humanitarian Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Adaptable and Legitimate or Rigid and Unreasonable?, Nomos 2018, 21-39.
   


VI. Educational Material

Die gutachterliche Prüfung im Verwaltungsrecht [Introduction to examinations in administrative law], in: Eisentraut (ed.), Verwaltungsrecht in der Klausur [Administrative Law Examinations], De Gruyter 2020.

Typische methodische Fehler in grundrechtlichen Klausuren am Beispiel der Liquorentnahme-Entscheidung, JuS, accepted.

'Showdown am Alexanderplatz', JA i.E.

'Amtshaftung im bewaffneten Konflikt und Widerruf ehrenrühriger falscher Tatsachenbehauptungen', JURA 2019, 201-210

Case 'Water Front Taxi', in: Krieger/Heintzen, hauptstadtfaelle.de, 2017.

Case 'Die "Berliner Verträge"', in: Krieger/Heintzen, hauptstadtfaelle.de, 2015.

Case 'Kommando Spezialkräfte', in: Krieger/Heintzen, hauptstadtfaelle.de, 2015.

Case 'Brez'n Maß und Kokain', in: Krieger/Heintzen, hauptstadtfaelle.de, 2013.

Case 'Fraport', in: Krieger/Heintzen, hauptstadtfaelle.de, 2013.


VII. Varia

Asylrecht auf dem Juristentag: Mehr Rechtseinheit – aber auch mehr Transparenz?

Verfassungsblog vom 1. Oktober 2018.
   

Der Burkini als Technological Fix [The Burqini as a Technological Fix]

Verfassungsblog, 12 January 2017.

   

Constitutional Court approves Lisbon Treaty on condition that parliamentary rights are strengthened

12 Bulletin of International Legal Developments [BILD] (2009) 135-136.

 

 

Anti-Terrorism: Legislative Developments in Gemany

9 (2009) BILD 99f.

 

 

'Discrimination by association' in EC law-Case C-303/06, Coleman v Attridge Law

19 BILD (2008) 219f.

 

 

International Law Commission concludes 60th annual session

(co-authored with Noreen O’Meara)

17 BILD (2008) 202-204.

 

 

First Petition by a Guantánamo Detainee lodged with the IACHR – Ameziane v United States

 

16 BILD (2008) 190-192.

 

 

The Phillipines: Parliament creates a new Muslim Rights Commission

Ibid., 189-190.

 

 

Burma ratifies the ASEAN Charter

Ibid., 178f.

 

 

Confessing under the threat of torture and retaining ‘victim’ status – Gäfgen v Germany

14 BILD (2008) 147-159.

 

 

‘Lex Berlusconi’ allows high-ranking state officials to focus purely on the work of Government

Ibid., 161f.

 

 

Corte Suprema di Cassazione adopts a different take on the scope of state immunity

13 BILD (2008) 145-147.

 

 

Supreme Court reasserts that ‘unlawful combatants’ are a subcategory of ‘civilians’ for the purposes of international humanitarian law

Ibid., 148f.

 

 

Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor presents Final Report

Ibid., 150-152.

 

 

Protect Respect and Remedy: A Framework for Business and Human Rights

Ibid., 152f..

 

 

 

 

Immunity from prosecution and the Refugee Convention – House of Lords adopts a purposive interpretation of to Article 31, ruling that refugees can rely on its immunity provisions when leaving a safe transit country

(co-authored with Noreen O’Meara)

12 BILD (2008) 135-138.

 

 

Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) rules that forced marriages are distinct crimes against humanity

Ibid., 138f.

 

 

Japan’s Space Programme goes (semi)-military

Ibid., 140f.