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Professor Dr. iur. utriusque Dr. iur. utriusque habil. Dr. h. c. mult. Gilbert Gornig

 

ständiger Gastprofessor an der School of Law der Universität Harbin, Volksrepublik China, an der Universität Wuhan, Volksrepublik China, an der Nanjing University of  Finance and Economics, Volksrepublik China, und ständiger Gastprofessor an der Lucian Blaga-Universität, Sibiu/Hermannstadt, Rumänien. Richter am Hessischen Verwaltungsgerichtshof a.D.
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Professor Dr. iur. utriusque Dr. iur. utriusque habil. Dr. h. c. mult. Gilbert Gornig

permanent visiting Professor at the School of Law at the Harbin University, People’s Republic of China, at the Wuhan University, People’s Republic of China, and at the Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, People’s Republic of China, visiting Professor at the National University of Kaohsiung I, Taiwan, permanent visiting Professor at the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu/Hermannstadt, Rumania as well as lecturer at the European Business School of Wiesbaden. Judge at the Higher Administrative Court of Hesse, retd.

Professor Gornig, born 1950 in Deggendorf, studied Law and political sciences at the University of Regensburg and Würzburg, was junior lawyer in the Higher Regional Court district of Nuremberg and obtained his Doctor of Canon and Civil Law in the year 1984 after his second state examination under Professor Dr. Dieter Blumenwitz in Würzburg. In 1986 he obtained his habilitation; he was awarded the Venia Legendi for public law, international law and foreign public law. In 1989, after being stand-in Professor in Mainz, Bayreuth and Göttingen, he was appointed Professor at the Georg-August-University of Göttingen. There, he has been Director of the Institute for International Law and dean in 1994/95. Since April 1995 he teaches at the Philipps-University of Marburg, where he holds the chair for public law, international law and European law, being managing director of the Institute for Public Law. From October 2006 till late September 2012 Professor Gornig has been elected to be dean six times in the Department of Law at the Philipps-University of Marburg. He is spokesman for the Research Centre for Financial Services law at the Philipps-University of Marburg, spokesman for the Research Centre middle-class economy and also for the Interdisciplinary Working Group Europe at the Philipps-University of Marburg. Until 15th of June 2004 he was full-time Judge at the Hessian Administrative Court in Kassel. Since 2009, Professor Gornig is deputy judge at the superior court of Hesse state.

From 2000 until 2003 Professor Gornig was director of the Institute for Deutschlandforschung of the Göttingen Working Group, registered association. He is chairman of the Gottingen Working Group and since April 2014 its president. Since September 1 2009 he is president of the Danziger Naturforschenden Society. Professor Gornig is founder and chairman of the Marburg Legal Society. Furthermore, he is cofounder and vice president of the Marburg Society for Scientific Cooperation with Arabic states, registered association, as well as cofounder and board director of the EU-China Institute for Comparative Law at the University for Finance and Economics of Nanjing (People's Republic of China). He is vice director of the Institute for German Law at the Technical University of Harbin (People's Republic of China). He is also founder and codirector of the Center for Human Rights and Good Governance of Iringa, Tanzania. From 2005 until 2008 Professor Gornig was supervisory board member of a big German financial services company based in Düsseldorf.

Professor Gornig's teaching activity includes constitutional law, all compulsory subjects of administrative law, international law, European law and general political science. He has disseminated over 500 publications on constitutional-, administrative-, international- and European law in ten languages.

Concerning his academic activity, the emphasis lies on international law. His lecturing is considerable. In the summer semester 2016 Professor Gornig has retired, but is still actively committed to research and teaching.

Professor Gornig is married to the pharmacist Doris Gornig and has two children, Christopher (born 1987) and Carolin (born 1990).

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