Foto: Katrin Schoppa


Für englischsprachige Lehre und Lehre zur Vermittlung von Schlüssel­qualifikationen beschäftigt das Dekanat ein Team wissenschaft­licher Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter, die Lehr­veranstaltungen für die diversen juristischen Studien­gänge der Abteilung anbieten:

Dr. Elisa Berdica

Zimmer: W 219
Telefon: +49 621 181-1307

E-Mail: eberdica(at)

Rabea Döllinger

Zimmer: W 240
Telefon: +49 621 181-1398

E-Mail: rdoellin(at)

Meta Geisbüsch

Di 10–12 Uhr

Zimmer: W 219
Telefon: +49 621 181-1321

E-Mail: meta.geisbuesch(at)

  • über Meta Geisbüsch

    Meta Geisbüsch studied Law at Maastricht University and the University of Vienna (European and International Law). She also holds an LL.M. degree from Heidelberg University, for which she received a VSB Foundation scholarship.

    Before joining the University of Mannheim as M.C.B.L. Program Coordinator and university teacher, Ms. Geisbüsch worked, among others, for the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations in The Hague. She was a team member of the C2000 project (C2000 is the national telecommunications network used by the Netherlands’ public safety and security organizations). Her areas of interest include CFSP / CSDP and the external relations of the European Union.

Dr. Martin Jarrett

Zimmer: W 221
Telefon:+49 621 181-1441

E-Mail: mjarrett(at)

Marija Turkovic Popovski

Zimmer: W 221
Telefon: +49 621 181-1441

E-Mail: turkovic(at)

  • über Marija Turkovic Popovski

    Marija Turkovic Popovski joined the Department of Law of the University of Mannheim as a university teacher in 2016. She holds an LL.M. degree in European and International Law from the Europa Institut, Saarland University, Germany, as well as LL.B. and LL.M. degrees from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Before joining the University of Mannheim, Ms. Turkovic Popovski was a research fellow at the Department of Civil Law, Economic Law and Intellectual Property of the University of Technology in Kaiserslautern. She was involved in a research project on the legal mechanisms for further promotion of clean technology development in the European Union. The project was supported by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU).

    Ms. Turkovic Popovski's principal teaching and doctoral research interests lie in the fields of energy law, environmental law, and the external relations of the European Union. She is the author of several research papers concerning environmental technology innovations and renewable energy policy development. Moreover, her research proposal on the particular issues of the Emissions Trading System of the European Union, which she wrote in cooperation with the Department of Economics, was awarded the University of Mannheim GESS Prize in 2017.

Raphael Oidtmann

Zimmer: W 221
Telefon: +49 621 181-1415


  • über Raphael Oidtmann

    Raphael joined Mannheim Law School as a lecturer and research fellow in 2015. He holds master’s degrees in politics (MA 2012; Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz), international and comparative law (MCL 2014; University of Mannheim/University of Adelaide) and international relations (MSt 2017; University of Cambridge). He is an alumnus of the Hague Academy of International Law (2012) and currently an external PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science at Goethe University Frankfurt (supervised by Professor Nicole Deitelhoff). In addition therewith, he is an associated fellow at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (‘Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung’).

    Besides serving in various capacities at the University of Mannheim, Raphael also held appointments as a research fellow at the Chair for Public Law, International and European Law, Media Law (Professor Dieter Dörr) at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and as a visiting researcher at the Center for Comparative Constitutional Studies (CCCS) at the University of Melbourne.

    His principal teaching and research interests pertain to (general) international law, international criminal law, the history of international law, human rights and the law of armed conflict as well as international relations theory and history, geopolitics, international security studies and European Union integration. In particular, he is interested in the interplay of international law and international relations in these areas. Recently, his research has thus focussed on (1) the actorness qualities of international institutions (in particular international (criminal) courts and tribunals, (2) the securitization of global health and its ramifications for contemporary international law as well as (3) questions of implementing and maintaining (international criminal) jurisdiction in areas of limited statehood (such as the High Seas, the Arctic or Antarctica).

    He has widely published in these as well other areas, regularly contributes to international conferences and research networks and has advised governments and (I)NGOs. He is a member of the editorial team of voelkerrechts­ and has held guest lectureships and appointments as visiting scholar at universities in Australia, France, the United Kingdom and the United States.

    Raphael is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Manufactures (FRSA), a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) and a Member of the Royal Historian Society (MRHistS). Moreover, he is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIArb) and an active member of a broad range of professional societies, including the International Law Association (ILA), the European Society for International Law (ESIL) as well as the American Political Science Association (APSA).

    A detailed CV, a current list of publications and presentations as well as the names of referees may be requested here.