Uwe Murmann

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Uwe Murmann (* 1963 ) is a German lawyer and university professor .


After studying law at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main , Murmann passed the first state examination in law in 1988. In 1991 he received his doctorate under Ernst Amadeus Wolff . This was followed by a legal clerkship at the Darmstadt Regional Court , which he graduated with the second state examination in 1994.

Murmann then worked as a lawyer in the field of commercial criminal law in Frankfurt am Main , before working as a research assistant at the Institute for Criminal Law and Legal Theory at the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg with Wolfgang Frisch. With a habilitation grant from the German Research Foundation , he received his habilitation in 2003 and he was granted the license to teach in the subjects of criminal law , criminal procedural law and legal philosophy .

After being a professor at the universities of Freiburg and Erlangen , Murmann became a public prosecutor and then a criminal judge in Berlin .

He turned down a professorship for criminal law and legal philosophy at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich and in the 2006/07 winter semester accepted a professorship for criminal law and criminal procedural law from the Georg August University in Göttingen (successor to Fritz Loos ).

Publications (selection)

  • The secondary offender in criminal law. A contribution to a personal doctrine of doctrine, Duncker et al. Humblot, Criminal Law Treatises Vol. 81, Berlin 1993 (also dissertation)
  • Examination knowledge of criminal procedure law, CH Beck, JuS series of publications (vol. 175), 4th edition 2019
  • Basic course in criminal law, CH Beck, 4th edition 2017
  • Fundamentals and dogmatics of the entire criminal justice system - Festschrift for Wolfgang Frisch on his 70th birthday, Duncker u. Humblot, Schriften zum Strafrecht Vol. 244, Berlin 2013 (together with Georg Freund , René Bloy and Walter Perron )

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Georg-August University of Göttingen: Prof. Dr. Uwe Murmann - CV. Retrieved June 16, 2019 .
  2. ^ Duncker & Humblot: Uwe Murmann - curriculum vitae. Retrieved June 16, 2019 .