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Professor of Private Law and Legal Sociology.

Born 1944; studies of law and legal sociology Goettingen, Tuebingen,  Berkeley; 1967 Referendar; 1970 Dr. jur. Tuebingen; 1971 Assessor; 1974 M.A. (law and society) Berkeley; 1977 Habilitation Tuebingen; 1977-81 Professor of Private Law, University of Bremen; 1981-1993 European University Institute Florence, Italy; 1993-1998 Otto Kahn Freund Professor, London School of Economics; 1998-2009 Centennial Visiting Professor, London School of Economics; 1998-2009 Goethe Universität Frankfurt; 2010-2013 Jean-Monnet-Professor, International University College, Torino; 2007-2012 Principal Investigator, Excellence Cluster "Normative Orders". Visiting Professor: Law Schools Berkeley, Ann Arbor, Stanford, Leyden, Toronto, Maastricht, Shanghai, Bejing, Copenhagen.

British Academy, London 2013. Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rom 2011. Academia Europaea, London 1988. Fellow Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin 2007/2008. Honorary Doctorate from the university of Luzern 2006, Neapel 2008, Tiflis 2008, Macerata 2009, Lund 2010, Brasilia 2016, Ilia 2017. Ordem Nacional do Cruzeiro do Sul, no grau de Comendador, Brasilia 2016. Storrs Lectures 2003/2004, Yale Law School. John F. Diefenbaker Award, Canada Council for the Arts 2002. Prix Gay Lussac/Humboldt, Paris 2000.

Research areas: Sociology of Law, Private Law Theory, Contract Law, Comparative Law

Monographies: Three Liability Regimes for Artificial Intelligence: Algorithmic Actants, Hybrids, Matrices 2021, Critical Theory and Legal Autopoiesis: The Case for Societal Constitutionalism, 2019, Constitutional Fragments: Societal Constitutionalism in the Globalization 2012 (translated in 6 languages), Networks as Connected Contracts 2011, Regime-Kollisionen 2006, Droit et réflexivité 1994, Law as an Autopoietic System 1993 (translated in 9 languages), Organisationsdemokratie und Verbandsverfassung 1978, Gegenseitige Vertragsuntreue 1975, Standards und Direktiven in Generalklauseln 1971.

Editor and Co-author (selection): Digital Constitution 2022, Business Networks Reloaded 2015, Transnational Societal constitutionalism 2013, The Financial Crisis in Constitutional Perspective 2011, Costituzionalismo societario 2011, Contractual Networks 2008, Nach Jacques Derrida und Niklas Luhmann 2008, Paradoxes and Inconsistencies in the Law 2006, Transnational Governance and Constitutionalism 2004, Rechtsverfassungsrecht 2003, Die Rückgabe des zwölften Kamels 2000, Global Law Without A State 1997.

Website: http://www.jura.uni-frankfurt.de/42832482/person-englisch
E-Mail: G.Teubner@jur.uni-frankfurt.de
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