Prof. Dr. Dr. Alexander Ignor

Lawyer

Lawyer Prof. Dr. Dr. Alexander Ignor

Prof. Dr. Dr. Alexander Ignor

1953 born in Berlin  
1973 Abitur in Berlin. Afterwards studied law and history at the Freie Universität Berlin; Cusanuswerk scholarship holder
1979 First State Examination in law in Berlin. Afterwards assistant and lecturer at the Historical Seminar at the University of Zurich, there also Lizentiatsexamen.
1984 Doctorate in philosophy (Dr. phil.) with a dissertation on legal history at the University of Zurich, then assistant at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen
1986 Second State Examination in law in Stuttgart
1987 Rechtsanwalt (attorney) in Berlin
1994 Doctorate in law (Dr. iur.) with a work on the criminality of insult and libel at the University of Würzburg
1997 Habilitation with a work on the history of the criminal proceedings in Germany; then lecturer first in Würzburg, later at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
since 2003 Extraordinary professor of law with the teaching license for Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, medieval and modern legal history at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
since 2007 2007 Chairman of the Criminal Law Committee of the Federal Bar Association (BRAK)