Maximilian Steinbeis is the founder and chief editor of Verfassungsblog. (Foto: Maurice Weiß/Ostkreuz)

Evin Dalkilic is the head of editing at Verfassungsblog and project leader of the „Offener Zugang zum Öffentlichen Recht“ (OZOR) project funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). (Foto: Maurice Weiß/Ostkreuz)

Maxim Bönnemann is covering comparative constitutional law issues and is responsible for online-symposia. He is an editor at Verfassungsblog and has recently submitted his PhD thesis at Humboldt University.

Erik Tuchtfeld is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. He is an external editor at Verfassungsblog.

Marlene Straub is pursuing an MSc. in Social Science of the Internet at Oxford University. She is an editor at Verfassungsblog.

Georg Fischer holds a PhD in Sociology from the Technical University of Berlin. At Verfassungsblog, he works as a research fellow in the project „Offener Zugang zum Öffentlichen Recht“ (OZOR) funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Konstantin Gast is a PhD researcher at the University of Göttingen. At Verfassungsblog, he works as a research fellow in the project „Offener Zugang zum Öffentlichen Recht“ (OZOR) funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Jochen Schlenk studied law at Humboldt University Berlin. As an editor at Verfassungsblog he is in charge of the podcast VerfassungsPod.

Luise Bublitz studied law at Humboldt University and political science at Sciences Po Paris. She is an editor at Verfassungsblog.

Associate Editors

Tristan Barczak is a Professor of Public Law, Security Law and Law of New Technologies at the University of Passau. He is an Associate Editor of Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering security, anti-terror, military and intelligence issues..

Hannah Birkenkötter is a Senior Research Assistant at the Chair of Public Law and Legal Philosophy (Prof. Dr. Christoph Möllers), Humboldt University Berlin. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering public international law and human rights issues. (Foto: Maurice Weiß/Ostkreuz)

Sinthiou Buszewski works in the Federal Civil Service. She was a part-time editor responsible for online symposia at Verfassungsblog and is now an associate editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering international and human rights law. (Foto: Maurice Weiß/Ostkreuz)

Johannes Eichenhofer is a visiting professor of public law at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering data protection, privacy and information law issues.

Pauline Endres de Oliveira works for the information network Informationsverbund Asyl und Migration (www.asyl.net) and is a lecturer at the Refugee Law Clinic of the Humboldt University of Berlin. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering asylum and migration law issues. (Foto: © Amnesty International / Andreas Chudowski)

Anuscheh Farahat is a Professor of Public, Migration and Human Rights Law at the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering constitutional jurisdiction and comparative constitutional law issues.

Tobias Gafus is an Attorney-at-Law in Berlin and pursues a PhD project at the Free University of Berlin. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering criminal law issues.

Sebastian Golla is an Assistant Professor (Juniorprofessor) of Criminology, Criminal Law and Security Research in the Digital Age at the Ruhr University Bochum. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering data protection, privacy and information law issues.

Michaela Hailbronner is a Professor of Public and Human Rights Law at the Justus Liebig University of Gießen. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering constitutional jurisdiction and comparative constitutional law issues. (Foto: JLU/Wegst!)

Mathias Hong is a Professor for Public Law at Hochschule für öffentliche Verwaltung Kehl. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and public sphere issues.

Jannika Jahn is a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering public international and human rights law.

Sven Jürgensen is a Legal Trainee (Rechtsreferendar) at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering issues of democracy, party systems, parliamentarism and election law.

Anna Katharina Mangold is a Professor of European Law at the Europa-Universität Flensburg. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering anti-discrimination and gender issues.

Walther Michl is a Senior Research Assistant at the Chair of Public and European Law (Prof. Dr. Streinz) at the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) for issues of European Law.

Christian Neumeier is a Senior Research Assistant at the Chair of Public Law and Financial Law at the Humboldt University of Berlin. He is an Associate Editor of Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering issues of democracy, parliamentary and election law.

Anna von Notz is a clerk at the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany in Karlsruhe. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering issues of democracy, party systems, parliamentarism and election law. (Foto: Maurice Weiß/Ostkreuz)

Dana Schmalz is a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering asylum law, migration and welfare issues.

Alexander Thiele is a habilitated Senior Research Fellow (Privatdozent) in public and European law at the University of Göttingen. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) for issues of European Law.

Alexander Tischbirek is an Assistant Professor (Juniorprofessor) of Public Law at the University of Regensburg. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering matters of anti-discrimination, religious freedom and church-state relationship.

Tim Wihl is a Visiting Professor at the research and teaching area Theory of Politics (Prof. Dr. Christian Volk) at the Humboldt University of Berlin. He is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2020/21) covering civil and political liberties issues.

Johanna Wolff is an Assistant Professor (Juniorprofessor) of Public Law at the Free University of Berlin. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog (2021/22) covering issues of federalism, governance, tax and finance.