Dr Kathrin Hamenstädt
Kathrin Hamenstädt joined King’s College London in September 2014 as a DAAD-lecturer in German Law. Previously, she worked as a PhD researcher and taught at Maastricht University (2010-2014), where she also obtained her LL.M. (2007). Kathrin completed her first and second state examination in Berlin (2005 and 2009) and worked in the Scientific Service of the Bundestag.
Kathrin’s research interests lie in German law, European Union law, migration law, German constitutional law and human rights law.
- K. Hamenstädt, The Protection of Turkish Citizens Against Expulsion ‒ This Far and No Further? The Impact of the Ziebell Case, German Law Journal 2013, pp. 239-267
- K. Hamenstädt and T. Ehnert, Case C-240/09 (Lesoochranárske zoskupenie VLK v. Ministerstvo životného prostredia Slovenskej republiky), Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 2011-18(3), pp. 359-366
- K. Hamenstädt, Anmerkung zu Entschädigungsgedanken im Honeywell-Beschluss aus unionsrechtlicher Perspektive, Europarecht 2011, pp. 263-268
- German Civil Law
- German Public Law
- German Criminal Law