Fellows for the Academic Year
Lawyer-Reviser, Court of Justice of the EC,
Extraordinary Professor, Humboldt University at Berlin; Research Project:
"Constitutionalization of International Law- An Answer to Globalization"
Schilling is a lawyer-reviser in the ECJ´s translation directorate and an
extraordinary (apl.) professor at Humboldt University. He regularly teaches
international human rights law and the law of the WTO. Recent publications
include a textbook on the international protection of human rights (2004), an
article on the protection of human rights against Security Council resolutions
(ZaoRV, issue 64/2, 2004) and an article on The Court of Justice´s
Revolution (ELRev. 2002, 445).
having studied at the universities of Erlangen and Wurzburg, a practical court
training and a stint at the Bavarian Ministry of Finance, Theodor Schilling
joined the ECJ´s translation directorate where, with some interruptions,
he has stayed since. The interruptions include a three years lectureship at the
University of Edinburgh, a period as law clerk in Judge Bahlmann´s
chambers at the ECJ, visiting professorships at German universities and an EU
Fellowship at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University,
Schilling gained an LL.M. from Edinburgh University, a Dr. jur. utr. from the
university of Wurzburg and a Dr. jur. habil. from Humboldt University. As a
Global Fellow, he will do research on the constitutionalization of
international law as a possible answer to globalization.