Erwin Brocke

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Erwin Brocke (born January 20, 1921 near Magdeburg ; † February 2, 2004 ) was a German lawyer and from 1980 to 1988 Vice President of the German Federal Social Court .

As a soldier in World War II , Brocke went blind in 1942. Nevertheless, he completed his law studies at the University of Marburg and was awarded a doctorate in 1948. jur. PhD . During his studies he became a member of the AMV Fridericiana Marburg .

After a brief activity as a lawyer , Brocke began his career as a judge at the social court in Marburg in 1954 after the establishment of the social justice system . As early as 1956 he was appointed director of the social court.

In 1961 Brocke was appointed judge at the Federal Social Court; In 1973 he was promoted to presiding judge at this court, and in 1980 to vice-president. After reaching the age limit, Brocke retired in 1988.

The University of Marburg appointed Brocke honorary professor in 1987.

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  1. ^ Association of Alter SVer (VASV): Address book and Vademecum. Ludwigshafen am Rhein 1959, p. 28.