Publications of the Directors
(German) Immigration Law
The Hailbronner Commentary on German Immigration Law is always reliable and up-to-date. It is bound in five volumes and published by C.F. Müller.
Special Issue: Integration Contract
Migration Law (in German)
Habilitation by Professor Thym on administrative migration governance. Immigration and asylum law regulate the entry and integration of third-country nationals by legal means. Scrutinizing its rules, Daniel Thym adopts the perspective of the public administration and develops guiding principles for the contribution of »administrative migration law« to the management of migration flows at national, European and international level.
Both the print-version and the e-book are available from the publishing house Mohr Siebeck.
EU Immigration and Asylum Law (in English)
Academics and practitioners from different European jurisdictions comment on relevant EU Regulations Directives on immigration and asylum law in English, following the tradition of commentaries “article by article”. Academic debates are as well considered as the drafting history and jurisprudential developments. The commentary is published by both Hart Publishing and C.H. Beck
Textbook on (German) Asylum and Immigration Law
The second edition presents the most important areas of immigration, asylum and EU free movement law against the background of legislative reforms as well as German and international case-law. The textbook serves as an introduction to German immigration and asylum law for students and practitioners. It is published by Kohlhammer-Verlag.
International Workshop for Young Scholars (WISH)
Autumn 2011: Proceedings of the bilingual 8th International Workshop for Young Scholars (WISH) on "Europe: A Continent of Immigration / Europe: A continent d'immigration" organised by Prof. Thym and the European Law Journal published with Bruylant, Brussels.
European Union Citizenship
Habilitation by Prof. Schönberger which analyses the Union citizenship in light of federal experiences and uses a comparative approach to explain the origin and structure of federal nationality in the United States, Switzerland and Germany. The book is available from the publishing house Mohr Siebeck.