Jutta Müller-Lukoschek

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Jutta Müller-Lukoschek (* before 1960) is a German lawyer.

Müller-Lukoschek has been a professor at the Berlin School of Economics and Law since 1991 (until 2009: FHVR Berlin ) and has been the dean of studies in the legal department since 2003 . Until 1980 she studied English and law in Heidelberg and Berlin . After her second state examination in 1982, she worked as Attorney Advisor in the legal department of the US Army until 1990 . She received her doctorate in 1990 from the Free University of Berlin with a thesis on protection against dismissal in employment law in the USA. With special consideration of individual labor law . From 1995 to 1997 she held the office of Vice Rector at the FHVR. She holds the professorship for civil law with a focus on inheritance law and the law of probate proceedings as well as international private law . In 2005 and 2006 she was involved in the revision of volumes 2 and 3 of the works on voluntary jurisdiction (FGG) begun by Paul Jansen .

In addition, she has written several publications in her field.




  • in: Hans-Joachim von Schuckmann, Susanne Sonnenfeld (Ed.): FGG. Law on the matters of voluntary jurisdiction: Volume 2: §§ 35–70n FGG , Berlin, De Gruyter, 2005, ISBN 978-3-89949-256-9 (online)
  • in: Hans-Joachim von Schuckmann, Susanne Sonnenfeld (Ed.): FGG. Law on matters of voluntary jurisdiction: Volume 3: §§ 71–200 FGG , Berlin, De Gruyter, 2006, ISBN 978-3-89949-257-6 (online)

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