Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller published an essay recently in the newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany's version of The New York Times. Prof. Miller's piece was coauthored with Prof. Ralf Porscher of the University of Freiburg. In the article, Miller and Porscher examine the NSA evesdropping affair and its impact in European and American relations, with … Continue reading Prof. Russ Miller on Germany and the NSA in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller presents this week at a special event at the Geothe Institute in Chicago. The event, sponsored by the Goethe Institute of Chicago, the international law firm Goldberg Kohn, and the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association, is a round table discussion occurring just days before Germany's federal election including … Continue reading Prof. Russ Miller Presents at Goethe Institute Ahead of German Elections
Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller is leading a three-day seminar for graduate and post-graduate researchers at Humboldt University's Law Faculty in Berlin.
Here is an excerpt from Professor Miller's commentary, which is available in full at http://www.aicgs.org/issue/the-euro-rescue/: Following its surprising, premature exit from this summer’s UEFA European Soccer Championship, it is understandable that Germany has turned its hopeful eyes once again to the international game. Yes, qualification for the 2014 World Cup is underway. And Germany is … Continue reading W&L Professor Russell Miller Comments on Recent German Constitutional Court ESM Decision
The German Constitutional Court and Europe [By Russell Miller, Professor of Law at Washington & Lee University, co-author of the forthcoming The Constitutional Jurisprudence of the Federal Republic of Germany (3d ed. 2012)] On 12 September 2012 the German Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) is set to announce its ruling on requests for temporary injunctions that … Continue reading Professor Russell Miller on Upcoming German Court Ruling on Germany’s Participation in the European Stability Mechanism
Immigration and Integration are two of the most difficult problems facing German society - and Europe more broadly. European countries are trying to understand, and adapt old legal regimes to, a wave of eastern, mostly Muslim immigrants, who constitute the majority of immigrants in Europe, "including in Belgium, France ... and the Netherlands, and the … Continue reading German [Dis]Integration
Professor Russell A. Miller, the Ethan Allen Faculty Fellow, recently published his article, Germany's Basic Law and the Use of Force, 17 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 197 (2010), published in the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. The article seeks to explain the deep differences between Germany and the United States on security matters … Continue reading Russell A. Miller: Germany’s Basic Law and the Use of Force