Christoph Gusy

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Christoph Gusy (born February 8, 1955 in Bottrop ) is a German legal scholar and professor at Bielefeld University .


Gusy studied law at the University of Bochum from 1973 to 1977 . In 1977 he passed his first state examination in law; In 1979 he received his doctorate in Bochum and in 1983 he completed his habilitation at the FernUniversität Hagen . In 1984 Gusy passed his second state examination in law. After various professorships, appointments to the University of Mainz (1988), the University of Halle (1992) and the University of Bielefeld (1993) followed. In 1993 Gusy became a university professor at Bielefeld University. In 1994 he also became director of the Institute for Environmental Law and from 1995 to 1997 he was Dean of the Faculty of Law. Gusy holds the chair for public law , political science and constitutional history. From 1998 to 2005 Gusy was Vice Rector for Finance and Human Resources.

Gusy's main research areas are recent constitutional history , constitutional law , in particular fundamental rights , police and security law, and public commercial law . Gusy was one of the complainants of the constitutional complaint against data retention .

He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Weimar Republic Association for the House of the Weimar Republic .

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  1. ^ House of the Weimar Republic • House of the Weimar Republic. Weimarer Republik eV, accessed on July 29, 2019 .