There are many definitions for a “project.” How about this: to reach your goal on budget, on time with exactly the personnel you need. Do you want to document the history of a regional court, create a historical feature film, or conduct a historical study of a region? The challenges are similar and all demand good planning, teamwork, flexibility and mutual trust. You have an important project? Let’s talk about it!
20012 – 2105 Annual Conferences of Forum Justizgeschichte
Concept and mangament als co-organizer. 2012: “Foreigners” and the German Judicial System, 2013: Research on the Nazi Judicial System after 1945 – An Intermediate Summary, 2014: West German Courts on Surveillance and the Work of Secret Services in History and Present, September 2015: 25 Years Establishing the Basic Law in former East Germany – Legal Consequences of the Unification Treaty.
1999 – 2009 Project Manager, Berlin for Yad Vashem Archives, Jerusalem
Responsible for a team of up to 14 researchers. Support the evaluation and microfilming of more than 600,000 records from the Nazi era and postwar period, which indicate the persecution and murder of European Jewry. The project duplicated and documented more than four million pages of these records. The work included: choosing record groups, training and guiding the researchers of the team, supervising microfilming and duplication, providing legal advice on related tax, archival and privacy laws as well as budgetary planning.
October 2006 Memorial Event for Lothar Kreyssig, Federal Ministry of Justice Berlin
The event was organized by Forum Justizgeschichte e.V. (the Forum for Legal History), Aktion Sühnezeichen/Friedensdienste e.V. (Action Reconciliation / Service for Peace ) and Deutsch-Israelischen Juristenvereinigung e.V. (the German-Israeli Lawyers Association) and under the patronage of Federal Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries.