Professor of Public and European Law
Prof. Martin Burgi is Professor of Public and European Law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich as well as Director of Public and European Law Research Center for Public Procurement Law and Administrative Cooperations (FVV). He is a Visiting Professor at the George-Washington-University Law School, situated in Washington D.C. As Director of the Public Procurement Research Institute, Professor Martin Burgi rendered outstanding services in European and national public procurement law. He has also been a Visiting Lecturer at Dickson Poon School of Law – the law school of the Kings College in London – since 2016.
His broad area of expertise includes modernization and privatization in the international context, legal protection at international courts, the roles of regions and municipalities in the global change. He serves as Official expert for parliamentary institutions and as legal consultant for stock exchange enterprises, states and local municipalities. He is a member of the German Association of Researchers of Public Law (Vereinigung der Deutschen Staatsrechtslehrer) and was its chairman from 2014-2015. Furthermore he has been co-director of the Professors-Dialogue of the German County Assembly (Deutscher Landkreistag – DLT) since March 2013. Besides his work outside the Ludwig-Maximilians-University he is engaged in the Munich Center of Governance, Communication, Public Policy and Law and an active member of the University Senate and Council.
Lisa Hagen is a research assistant at the Chair of Public Law, Business Administrative Law, Environmental Law and Social Law of Professor Dr. Martin Burgi at LMU Munich. She completed her law studies at the LMU Munich in 2020 with the first state examination. Her PhD research focuses on information claims of parliaments and local councils concerning public companies.
Philipp Sandmann is a research assistant at the Chair of Public Law, Business Administrative Law, Environmental Law and Social Law of Professor Dr. Martin Burgi at LMU Munich. He completed his law studies at the University of Bayreuth in 2021 with the first state examination. During his subsequent legal clerkship at the Munich Regional Court, he worked for the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations in New York.