Ingeborg doll

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Gudrun Ingeborg Doll (* 11. January 1941 in Lodz , Wartheland , today Poland ) is a German legal scholar and emeritus professor of criminal law at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University of Bonn .


Ingeborg Doll was born in 1941 as the daughter of the lawyer Siegmund Doll and the high school teacher for mathematics and physics Wanda Doll, nee. Zinser was born in Łódź, Poland. The mathematicians Dieter (1930–2005) and Volkeruppe (* 1938) are her brothers.

School and study time

In 1960 she passed the Abitur at the girls' high school at the kleine Helle in Bremen .

From the winter semester 1960/61 to the summer semester 1965 she studied law at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg and in December 1965 passed the first state law examination at the State Judicial Examination Office in Baden-Württemberg. During her studies she was strongly influenced by the criminal law teachers Wilhelm Gallas and Karl Lackner .

In August 1970, the second state examination in law followed before the joint examination office of the states of Hamburg, Bremen and Schleswig-Holstein.

Scientific career

Also in 1970 she did her doctorate in Heidelberg with Wilhelm Gallas on the subject of the falsification of technical records . Since March 1, 1971, she has been an assistant to Karl Lackner there , where she qualified as a professor in 1977 with the thesis Ideal Competition and Individual Crimes and received the license to teach the subjects of criminal law, criminal procedural law and legal theory . In the same year she received a call to the University of Bonn, to which she was appointed professor on October 1, 1977th There she teaches and researches even after her retirement in the winter semester 2005/06.


Ingeborg Doll has u. a. authored several textbooks and was co-editor and commentator of the first edition of the Nomos Commentary on the Criminal Code . Her works on legal methodology should also be emphasized , in particular the small school of legal thought . Her work also includes contributions that are unusual for the legal sciences, such as the article Worried Letter to a future criminal law scholar published under the pseudonym "Julius Kyriandros Ekklesiandros" , in which she ironically criticizes the conditions in criminal law. The pseudonym is a Graecization of the name Julius Hermann Kirchmann. The article alludes to Julius von Kirchmann's lecture The Worthlessness of Jurisprudence as a Science .

Your books were u. a. translated into Spanish and Chinese.


Doll publicly criticized the film adaptation of the political thriller Der Fall Collini (film) by Ferdinand von Schirach from a legal point of view and listed numerous technical shortcomings in the film.

Works (selection)

  • The falsification of technical records , Berlin 1972
  • Ideal competition and individual crime , Berlin 1979
  • Intent and attribution , Heidelberg 1992
  • The attribution of success in criminal law , Baden-Baden 2000 (translated into Spanish)
  • Criminal law general part in the mirror of the jurisprudence, volume 1: The doctrine of the facts, illegality and guilt , Baden-Baden 2002
  • Criminal law general part in the mirror of case law, Volume 2: Special forms of crime , Baden-Baden 2005
  • Criminal law general part in the mirror of case law , 2nd edition 2011
  • Analyzes of criminal law doctrine , Göttingen 2006
  • Small School of Legal Thought , Göttingen 2008, 3rd edition 2014 (translated into Chinese)


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Doll, Dieter. ( Memento from October 20, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) In: Dagmar Drüll: Heidelberger Gelehrtenlexikon. Vol. 3, Heidelberg 2009, p. 476.
  2. ^ Concerned letter to a future criminal law scholar , Goltdammer's Archive for Criminal Law , 1999, pp. 409–415.
  3. ^ Ingeborguppe: Citizens' education based on the lawyer Ferdinand von Schirach.