Saskia Lettmaier

Saskia Katharina Lettmaier (born 1979) is a German jurist trained in Anglo-American and German law. She is currently a professor of Private Law, European Legal History, Private International and Comparative Law at the University of Kiel where she also serves as a director of the University's Hermann Kantorowicz Institute. Since December 2016, she has also served as a judge at the Higher Regional Court of Schleswig-Holstein, the highest court in civil and criminal matters in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. Her research interests focus on the historical and comparative aspects of private law, especially family and inheritance law, and on the intersection between law and culture. Provided by Wikipedia

by Lettmaier, Saskia
Published 2010
Oxford University Press

by Augsberg, Ino
Published 2020
Mohr Siebeck
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