Dr. Claudia Fuchs, LL.M. (EUR)

Dr. Claudia Fuchs, LL.M. (EUR)

Claudia Fuchs joined the Institute of Law in July 2019 as a research fellow at dL3 – Digital Law Learning Lab. Her research interests cover questions of constitutional law and administrative law as well as economic law and public law courts of justice. She has published and given academic lectures in public procurement and competition law, the law of regulated industries, procedural law and comparative constitutional law. She completed various temporary research and teaching affiliations as well as lectures and conference presentations at national and international academic institutions, i.a. as a visiting fellow at the LSE Department of Law and as research fellow at Max Planck Institute for comparative public law and international law. Her habilitation project deals with administrative discretion.

Following her master´s degree in law (Mag. iur.) she also obtained her PhD in Law at the University of Vienna (Dr. iur.) based on a work on “New administrative procedures: Structures and characteristics”. Her postgraduate studies at the Danube University Krems focused on European Law (LL.M.).

Starting from 2002, Claudia Fuchs was a faculty member, until 2017 assistant professor at the Institute of Austrian and European Public Law at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). From 2006 to 2008 she spent two years as a law clerk at the Austrian Constitutional Court. Most recently she engaged in legal practice as an associate at a Vienna based law firm with specialisation in environmental and economic law.


Address: Feistmantelstraße 4, Attic Floor, Room 24, 1180 Wien      
Email: claudia.fuchs(at)boku.ac.at
Telephone: (+43) 1 / 47654-73614
Consultation times: by arrangement

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