Hans Schrödter

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Hans Schrödter (born April 11, 1911 in Rastenburg , East Prussia, † October 2, 1996 in Lüneburg ) was a German lawyer .


Schrödter came as a son of the study council Kurt Schrödter and his wife Elisabeth, born Kruczinski, to the world. He studied law in Freiburg and Halle and his doctorate in 1934 for Dr. iur.

From 1936 to 1940 he was a district judge in Bad Segeberg . On February 16, 1954, he became a member of the administrative judge at the Hanover Administrative Court, and on March 1, 1955, he was appointed senior administrative judge at the Lower Saxony Higher Administrative Court in Lüneburg. There he was appointed President of the Senate on December 18, 1963. From July 1, 1966 to 1976, he was President of the Hanover Administrative Court .

He is the founder of the major commentary on the building code and was chairman of the Association of Administrative Judges of Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein from 1966 .

Schrödter was married and has a son and a daughter.



  • Risk of success in service, work and agency contracts , dissertation University of Halle, Bottrop in Westphalia 1934


  • Who is who? , Volume 17 - Schmidt-Römhild, 1971

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Obituary notice , in: Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung of April 9, 2011, accessed on February 2, 2015