Dirk H. Dau
Dirk H. Dau studied law at the University of Hamburg and at the Free University of Berlin . From 1970 to 1973 he worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg. He then entered the administrative service in Hamburg . In 1977 he switched to the social justice system of the State of Hamburg and was a judge at the Hamburg Social Court until 1987 . In 1987 Dau was appointed judge at the Hamburg Regional Social Court and in July 1992 as a judge at the Federal Social Court.
At the Federal Social Court, he was initially a member of the 9th Senate , which was responsible for provisions for war victims and soldiers, and for the law of the severely disabled . Later he was a member of the 10th Senate of the Federal Social Court, which is responsible for old-age and health insurance for farmers, child-raising allowance and parental allowance . Since the beginning of 2001 Dau has been a member of the presidium of the court and since June 2003 a member of the presidial council of the Federal Social Court. On August 31, 2008, he retired and left the judiciary. He lives in Hamburg again today.
- Literature by and about Dirk H. Dau in the catalog of the German National Library
- Press release No. 42/08 of the Federal Social Court of August 29, 2008
|SURNAME||Dau, Dirk H.|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German lawyer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 2, 1943|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Frankfurt Oder|